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Tomorrow 4/22/2022 is Earth Day. That’s  a lot of 2s! I am featuring my most recent trip to Longwood Gardens as a tribute to the splendor of our planet. My journey included a lovely lunch at Terrain Café  . 


The setting was reminiscent of a greenhouse and the food was healthy, beautifully presented, and delicious. Once I was there for a few minutes, the energy shifted within me. There is something I often notice when visiting this part of Pennsylvania, near the Delaware Border. I felt freer and lighter than I had in weeks. Within about a half hour I was at the gardens. The weather was gorgeous and the place was delightfully uncrowded. This came as a pleasant surprise.


I hope you enjoy this photo sampling I selected. At the end you will discover a divine surprise: 



Now for the surprises ~ I found the following trees to be enchanting, Besides their obvious majesty, I was struck by the vitality emanating from their faces. Do you see what I see? Take a good look….



The most amazing sign was a new one. After several visits over the years with many examples of awe and grace, I found something so unexpected that I had difficulty believing my eyes.  So I took a photo, hoping the image would appear once I arrived home and uploaded some pictures.



I spotted a large white feather on the carpet of the visitor’s center lobby. Not outside, where many birds are present, but inside a large building , waiting for me to walk by. This was so ” out of place” that I concluded it was sent to me from a different dimension. While life in a 3D world is especially scary and violent now, this planet is rich in sustenance, beauty, aliveness, and love.

Love ~ that’s where the magic is created!  Happy Earth Day!

11 comments on “Every Day is Earth Day

  1. I love these pictures. Bob

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thank you Bob!

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  2. Wow.. just a beautiful presentation for Earth day and a bonus white feather too.
    Sending love your way ❤

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thank you Sue! Longwood is one of my happy places and the photos are great mementos ( plus the feather.)

      ❤ to you, Linda


      1. Nature and her beauty certainly fill us all with joy and peace. 💕 much love returned. ❤

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  3. yogaleigh says:

    Wow. Gorgeous!

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  4. Michael says:

    These are lovely images, Linda. And it seems a special place. A place where life is nurtured is always a special place! Makes me think about our human family expanding its stewardship as we move through the decades and centuries ahead, and also of how the lovely beings of this planet will work with us to create many more places of beauty and rest!

    Hope you’re having a lovely spring day!

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    1. litebeing says:

      Thanks for such an uplifting comment Michael. Visiting places that celebrate Gaia’s glory can reinvigorate my optimism about renewal and the future.



  5. Karin says:

    Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures. Makes me feel like I have been on a vacation in this gorgeous place.
    Playing with the pareidolia phenomenon of seeing images in trees or in clouds can be fun. I am not sure whether I see the same face in the tree as you do, but when I had a second look, the greenish moss covering looked like a big green heart on the second image.
    And how lovely to find a little feather.
    I am glad to hear that you felt replenished after this visit of Longwood Gardens.

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    1. litebeing says:

      So glad you enjoyed the photos. It is a special place. I kinda see the heart, some of these ” superimposed” images can be subtle and or objective. I think I took photos of 2 different trees but now I cannot be certain. The feather was “real” and I take comfort in this.


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