View post on imgur.com It was dark and really cold outside. I didn’t bring a jacket, but I had to go out though; I had to escape from the non-stop, post-election coverage. I went to Queens New York Briarwood Playground. Behind the playground is a small woods. I entered the woods, and… Continue reading Delicious Evening
After going on my nature walk in Central Park this weekend, I came to think how we are reflections of our environment. There is still uniqueness to be found in each individual, but the way we go about incorporating our surroundings goes to show who we are and later molds how we interact with nature… Continue reading As Close to Wild as I am Capable
I stared at the vibrant yellow leaves above me, as they rustled in the cool November breeze, under the bright sunny skies in Mosholu Parkway. The weather was a rarity, as people walked down the black cement trails with t-shirts and light hooded sweaters over their torsos, with smiling faces that only made the day… Continue reading Nature Walk and Thoughts
Ideologically, nature has influenced the human race in a tremendous amount of ways. We often take for granted the many things our environment has to offer. This includes some of the sounds and imagery I witnessed on my nature walk. I was reluctant to put on airplane mode for an entire hour however, after about… Continue reading I love you, Nature.
It had just finished raining when I set out for my nature walk. This was immediately after the election results and I did not hold high hopes that this small foray into the “wilderness” of the Mosholu Parkway would enlighten me. I was not looking to transcend my existence as a human being and, at… Continue reading Squirrels, Rats and Idle Engines: A Nature Walk in the Bronx
This month, I traveled to Pennsylvania on the weekend for a visit. I took this opportunity to experience nature away from the city. I was advised go to Penn’s Cave for the best views of the natural wildlife reservation. The history of this landmark originates from the Seneca Indians, where they found the cave for… Continue reading Nature Caged In
I grew up with nature all around me and have always had a love for it. The twelve years I spent in an apartment building in Brooklyn were torture. If I ever had to live in a city for the rest of my life with no access to some kind of form of Nature (Central… Continue reading Death and Other Dark Thoughts