A Photo a Day — The Natural World

I have signed up for Blogging U.’s Photography 101 course, which requires all participants to post a photo a day from November 3 to November 28. A theme is assigned daily, which one then interprets, shoots and posts all within a 24-hour timeframe. 

Today’s assignment is to capture the natural world.

The Talamban campus of the university is nestled into a mountainside, and over the years the administration has done a good enough job of having its buildings coexist with its natural surroundings. A short trip down the stairs gets me to a tree-lined path that’s home to a number of indigenous wildlife (mostly birds).

On a school day, thousands of people probably pass through this path, but very few probably take the time to slow down and take a leisurely stroll to enjoy the view. I’ve probably been up and down this path a thousand times myself, but it still surprises me how I find something new to marvel at each and every time.


2 thoughts on “A Photo a Day — The Natural World

  1. Exquisite capture! Reminds me of the botanical and jungly path I sometimes meander along, over at the local university here (I don’t attend). I always see new and extraordinary things there, amongst a stream of students hurrying by- creatures clambering up green and viney boles of lissome palms and dancing over mossy dendroid canopies of sweeping live oaks. Light splashes down in dancing orbs and streams…squirrels tumble by and lunge over the creek where it grows thin, but still runs lively over rocks and rich, black mud. Butterflies flow by, a soft snow of insects bombillating amongst tiny flowers at the water’s edge. I will stop the rambling now, haha. A wonderful assignment for the day. Beautiful image, indeed, well-done! Smiling cheers,

    Autumn Jade

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