The Earth is crying...some fail to see it, others see all the damage done to Mother Nature. We have to play a role in conserving our natural resources, remember that nothing lasts forever. After a brief rainfall I was rewarded with this beautiful scene...crystal clear water on the waterfall. Enjoy!!!
Water is the element that keeps us alive so it is our responsability to protect and conserve it. Water makes everything better---Can you imagine going to a beach in the Caribbean without water? Or going fishing to find an empty pond? In my case, I just can't imagine a perfect deep forest picture without runnig water from a river stream. As you can see, water just makes the shot, enjoy!!!
Flow of Life
The Toro Negro Forest (Bosque Estatal de Toro Negro in Spanish) is located in the south/central part of the island. It actually is comprised of a number of different "forests" spread out across a few towns in the central mountain range (Central Cordillera). All together, it adds up to about 6945 acres of land. Within the various forest regions, there are some "points of interest" — the Doña Juana waterfall, the highest point on the island, camping facilities, hiking trails, rivers and charcos (natural swimming pools). You have the opportunity to see many species of trees, orchids, other plants, birds and animals. Enjoy!!!
The Beauty Within