The Natural World

Despite our variety, we are just one of the species that inhabit this amazing planet. Meeting other living organisms—be they sentient or not—can lead to renewed appreciation for the vast amount of biological diversity we share Earth with.

Different parts of the world have different climates, habitats, flora, and fauna. We might already be familiar with some of the animals and plant life we encounter along the road of adventure, having also seen them at home. However, others will be more novel to us, and in certain cases seem exotic or even downright strange.

Observing and interacting with the other species that make up the natural world teaches us important lessons about life in general and we are reminded of the wonder that exists outside of humanity. Unfortunately, as much of it is under threat it deserves more attention and protection. We must maintain a mutually sustainable balance in order to ensure the survival of all, and respecting and nurturing the symbiotic relationship we have can only benefit everyone and everything that calls this big green and blue sphere home.

A bright red flower standing out against a vivid blue painted wall in Arequipa, Peru.
A cute white baby llama standing in a brown earthen enclosure in Peru.

A bright orange flower standing out against the grey stonework of Machu Picchu.

– Click here to view full gallery.


Disclaimer – A Note on Ownership and Copyright:

The photographs featured in this post were all taken by the creator of Escape & Adventure during his continuing wanderings. Consent is required from the creator and founder of Escape & Adventure before any of the images for which he owns copyright can be reproduced in any form. All the literary work contained in this post is the intellectual property of the creator of Escape & Adventure. Consent is required before any of the literary work can be reproduced in any form.

Additional Disclaimer – COVID-19 Pandemic:

While the world continues to be impacted by the highly contagious COVID-19 virus travel is not advised. Despite our love of escapism and adventure, health and safety must come first. None of the content in this post is intended to contradict the rules and advice put in place by the relevant authorities to protect citizens from contracting and/or spreading COVID-19 or other diseases. Escape & Adventure accepts no liability for sickness, injury, or death resulting from anyone failing to take necessary precautions to protect themselves and others.


Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s