Nature’s exquisite beauty…

do we watch Nature’s exquisite beauty or does “IT” watch us?!… our emotions mix up with the beating of our heart, realizing “IT” is delicate, generous and fair to those who respect “IT”… “IT” knows who and where we are, “IT” will always show us THE best way to follow, “IT” often reminds us that our ‘temporary shelter’ down here is somewhere between earth and sky – THE only truth, since we all are Nature ‘itself’… let’s dive into “its” ocean(s) and waterfall(s), let us float over ‘its star gate’, let’s follow its candid look and its reliable guideline, let’s explore it silently and humbly… let’s stay away from dangerous ‘whirlpools’, let’s keep our distance from any dark abyss and illusive shores… let’s free ourselves and let’s get lost inside its “maze”, as IT pushes us beyond our boldest dreams… 🙂
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Gaspésie, Québec, Canada…

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N.B. Gaspésie or “Quebec’s head” faces the Atlantic ocean, and its name comes from the word “gespeg”, which means “end of the land.” Situated south of St. Lawrence River’s estuary, this area spreads over 3000 kms of coastline, forests, mountains and abundant wildlife: bears, salmons, beavers, mooses… The people of Gaspésie are entirely francophone and very attached to their traditions.


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Posted on 16 October 2016, in melanie. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Always a pleasure to see your beautiful pictures of great scenes of foreign lands, Melanie. Very picturesque and highlighting the diversity and beauty of Nature.

  2. Really beautiful! I love the waterfall.

  3. Bonsoir Mélanie,

    ce sont de merveilleuses photos qui évoquent plus les mers du Sud que le Canada, perçu (à tort parfois) comme un pays froid. Bonne soirée, Mo

  4. I haven’t been to the Gaspésie but it is indeed beautiful. Thanks for sharing a part of Canada, Melanie.

  5. Sadly, I have to admit I’ve never been to that part of the country, but its rugged beauty is very well-known. I love the photo from the top of the cliff.

  6. There’s something magical about waterfalls. Thanks for sharing these photos.

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