Bushwalk in Royal National Pk NSW
There was a drizzle of rain to start off, but I managed to come back sunburnt.
It’s been a while since we had a Wattamolla costal walk, the ocean from the cliffs on one side the greenery of the heath on the other. The place is still abounding with New Holland Honeyeaters. They flit around, play chasy in a busy fashion. Today, a wallaby sat checking us out as well.
No buildings, no computer screens, off the grid… You know, it just feels different, and relaxing. Sitting staring at the waves, clears the jijy jarjar chatter. Yet, it is energising as well. I come back refreshed. Ready to go again.
Being out there as well reinforces the reasons to transition. That natural world is precious, the life and lives in nature are precious. I work to harmonise human and nature. So doable, yet seemingly distant. Easy enough to snap out of it and snap into it.
Talking about snaps; here’s some: (and don’t forget to come along to the Ecotherapy Course, starting 1st march 2014)