Photography by Meher Gandhi (yep, me).
Weekly photo challenge – The Daily Post
Up for a walk?
I captured this stunning beauty while I was in Coorg, Karnataka (India). Isn’t it beautiful?
A perfect example of Ordo ab chao (Order out of chaos). Isn’t this chaos in complete order?
There is no order that can ever be given to this pulchritude yet, this is the only perfectly ordered sight.
Every doubt is cleared and all the chaos in my head is wavered off when I enter into any landscape like this.
The tall trees, and the shorter ones. The pink flowers, and the wild purples. The ferns, and the mango and coconut trees. Mystic fragrance. Never-heard-before sounds of never-seen-before insects. Everything is so so ravishing.
While roaming on the narrow paths covered all by trees and beautiful flowers, I realized how beautiful everything is around us. I came face to face with what is known for completing the soul, the heart.
Every tree seems to be calling you towards real beauty. Every flower seems to be reminding you of all the good times you’ve had. Every beam of sunlight falling on the green lush reminds you of the rays of hope, evarlasting hope. To me, it does.
There is nothing so refreshing as the walks in the nature. When we indulge into the chaotic beauty, we can feel the spirits lifting up to the highest tops. No misery, no gloom, no fear can come even an inch close to us when we’re protected by the ever-welcoming Mother nature. Isn’t it?
I am a crazy nature lover! After all, it’s a treat to the eyes! To me, it’s chaos spread around in a beautiful order.