[In pics] Language Nature Speaks
I was always told that if you can love an animal, you can love anyone on this earth. Though I was not really inspired, as I am not the kind to take good care of animals, some pictures captured by me made me think as they brought out the “thinker” in me. I would like […]
I was always told that if you can love an animal, you can love anyone on this earth. Though I was not really inspired, as I am not the kind to take good care of animals, some pictures captured by me made me think as they brought out the “thinker” in me. I would like to share these few clicks that I love so much now as each now has a title, titles which sprung up in my mind with the very first look when I opened them again in my gallery.
We humans always think of creating our own space in the much less space that is left for us on this earth, but these animals are the ones suffering as much as we are. We need to warm up ourselves in the sun during winters and as kids we used to fight for that smallest portion of the sun’s rays falling in our balconies. Look at this cow who just found some heat in this small area near the wall.
Look at the monkeys finding place in our verandahs as there are no proper trees and forests left for them to jump around. Well, we didn’t leave forests for them. Alas! Where else will they go…and we all keep complaining about these poor ‘ancestors’ spoiling our lawns and our grains left out for drying, our trees going empty of fruits as the monkeys eat up all. Not their fault, is it?
Loved these birds enjoying the rains right outside the window which was too much of a welcome sight since being in flats and in AC packed houses, we hardly move out to enjoy the rain ourselves.
The monitor lizard commonly known as “Goh” in local language comes out to enjoy the sun during rainy and winter season both. This ‘goh’ that I had clicked long time back was a frequent visitor on the wall outside my window.
The early morning birds in my garden proved to be the best scene …white beauties on my lush green plants picked up their flight the moment they saw me outdoors and I was lucky enough to capture their wings spread out in a breathtaking sight.
The little pups always play around being the centre of attraction of the entire colony especially the kids. Such cute bundles of joy without their mother, so playful, as if giving us a message to enjoy come what may.
Why do we miss these sights being in man and machine packed society when they can be such heart-warmers? How I wish sometimes I could talk to them … do you,too?