Nature Heals

I have been at my mum’s the past two nights, as I have been painting her bedroom walls and ceiling. I go home tonight and I shall do my own thing tomorrow, which will be a day at Southwell. So while at Southwell, I will no doubt look in Southwell Minster while there too.

This morning, while needing to do a couple of things, I also needed to be in nature, to refresh. So I went to Sutton Lawn. After calling in The Rumbles cafe and a wander around this park, I had a sit back on a bench I once sat on before and just take it all in for half an hour. This photo below, I taken from this very bench I sat at, a couple of years back, which I shared in a post.

Photo taken while still sat on bench

The photos below, I took today from the same spot and very near by, when I started making my way back in town.

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Nature heals and I needed it this morning.

23 thoughts on “Nature Heals

    1. Thank you. I just took these with my phone. I think the other photo from a couple of years ago was taken with a phone too. But can’t remember to be honest. ๐Ÿ™‚

      It’s been hard coming back through village; Stanton Hill, where I lived as a child, to be at my mum’s, where she lives, in Skegby. And as you know I have been this way often.
      But being on Sutton Lawn, away from the village of Stanton Hill and instead in the town centre, of Sutton-in-Ashfield area is much easier than that way, while I am not in my area where I now live.

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    1. It certainly is relaxing here. As it’s been a while since I have been on now not living local there, I could see some things done that were an improvement for the park. This is one part of my old local area I don’t mind coming back to, because it is so relaxing. I so needed it this morning. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. It is a beautiful place to go, in the Sutton-in-Ashfield area. There are more beautiful places, but it’s only this one I would go back to when in the area.
      That last image I have tried to take with a camera before, but couldn’t achieve what I wanted, which was as how I seen it. Taking it with my camera’s phone, I achieved that today.

      I wanted to create this post today as a reminder how nature can heal us at difficult times. It’s free and yet it does so much good. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Hugging or even leaning up against a tree will increase that healing experience. Trees love it when humans touch them.
        Your pictures did tell a beautiful story.

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      2. Been close and touched a tree, or sat under a tree, but I’ve never hugged, but can imagine the healing from hugging a tree. Glad you liked the post with the pictures. X

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