9 Scenic City-Adjacent Nature Walks to understand more about

 

4K Virtual Hike Amazing Nature Scenery with Soothing Music Sol Duc Falls Nature Trail

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8K Rainforest Walk with Nature Sounds Hall of Mosses Trail and Spruce Nature Trail

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4K City Walks Exploring Salmon, Idaho Small Town Virtual Walking Trails for Treadmill Scenery

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4K City Walks: Old Street to Tower Bridge London Virtual Walk Walking Treadmill Video

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4K Nature Walk 4.5 HRS Forest/River Fabulous Views with Calm Music and Birds Chirping

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4K Virtual Forest Walk 5 Hours Walking in the Woods, Grand Ridge Trail, Issaquah, WA

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Virtual Run | Alby Island | Treadmill Scenery Workout | Treadmill Walk

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Nine scenic hikes near major cities to explore this summer. It’s been on your calendar for months and, finally, the day is almost here. That’s right. We’re talking about National Trails Day, otherwise known as June 2. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but still what a nice little holiday. Ascend the 10-minute ride from the Tram’s Valley Station (at 2,600-feet elevation) to the bounty of the Mountain Station (at better than 8,500-feet).

Awaiting hikers at Mount San Jacinto State Park are 54 miles of trails, ranging from scenic walks to extreme tests. For a happy balance, explore the 2.5 mile hike to comely Round Valley. 8. Top Minneapolis Parks & Nature Attractions: See reviews and photos of parks, gardens & other nature attractions in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Tripadvisor. The 9 Best Backroads Around Cleveland For A Scenic Drive.

One thing that is particularly lovely about living in Ohio is the many landscapes we get to admire — our sights range from sprawling meadows and forests to cityscapes and small towns, and each view is as lovely as the last. These 10 Gorgeous Waterfront Trails In Massachusetts Are Perfect For A Summer Day. There’s nothing like a walk by the water to calm the spirit and uplift your soul. Check out these amazing waterfront trails in Massachusetts that will absolutely take your breath away. With over 40 km of scenic nature trails to explore and plenty of spots to stop for a picnic, Albion Hills is the perfect escape from the city.

And while the Albion Hills trails are currently closed because of winter weather, they’ll be opening once it gets warmer. DeCew Falls. Ellisville Harbor State Park (Plymouth) This DCR park offers a 0.9-mile woodland trail down to a remote beach with a short loop alongside a salt marsh.

At the beach, look for shorebirds in the summer and harbor seals in the fall and winter. North River Wildlife Sanctuary (Marshfield) This Mass Audubon site includes more than 2 miles of trails through woodlands, a red maple swamp, small. Explore Judy Kingma’s board “TREADMILL WALKING SCENERY VIDEOS”, followed by 128 people on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Treadmill walking, Scenery, Virtual walk. These are the best places to take a walk, get outdoors, relax and enjoy nature in Rhode Island. Click on the trail name for directions, information, and printable pdf trail maps. Rate the Trail & Post Photographs from your walk. Explore the most popular trails in Scenic State Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Description. Deserving of its name, Scenic State Park is just that: scenic. Wilderness and lakes surround you as you enjoy hiking, biking, camping.

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Environment: alpine vegetation and landscape, granite tors and boulders Rucksack:camera, water, jumper

“Walks, Tracks and Trails of Victoria” by Derrick Stone
from Walks, Tracks and Trails of Victoria
by Derrick Stone
CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2009

This path leads to a tourist attraction, eg: a castle or cave, about ten minutes’ walk from the main trail.

“Slovakia” by Lucy Mallows
from Slovakia
by Lucy Mallows
Bradt Travel Guides, 2007

Journeying through rustic mountainsides, around blue-toned lakes, and past bighorn sheep grazing along the western roadside, we arrived back at the Draper Museum of natural History—the most recent of the five museums of the BBHC—having traversed the ecological wonders of nature.

“Places of Public Memory: The Rhetoric of Museums and Memorials” by Greg Dickinson, Carole Blair, Brian L. Ott
from Places of Public Memory: The Rhetoric of Museums and Memorials
by Greg Dickinson, Carole Blair, Brian L. Ott
University of Alabama Press, 2010

Three distinct areas, or districts—Island in the Sky, the Maze, and the Needles—comprise this popular but spacious national park; each one offers plenty of opportunities to put boot (or mountain bike) to sandstone and become totally immersed in sun and solitude.

“Fodor's The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West” by Fodor's Travel Guides
from Fodor’s The Complete Guide to the National Parks of the West
by Fodor’s Travel Guides
Fodor’s Travel, 2016

Close by is a picturesque waterfall and a curious cavern, which I had not time to explore.

“The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-utan and the Bird of Paradise; A Narrative of Travel with Studies of Man and Nature (Complete)” by Alfred Russel Wallace
from The Malay Archipelago: The Land of the Orang-utan and the Bird of Paradise; A Narrative of Travel with Studies of Man and Nature (Complete)
by Alfred Russel Wallace
Macmillan, 1880

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  • What a beautiful evening to showcase this charming little town. Excellent video and audio quality. Great (& humorous narration) “Here’s the county court house up on the hill… AND probation services across the street, if things don’t go your way.” (LOL!) Great job, Traveling Mel. I also really enjoy your Traveling Mel videos. Keep up the great work & stay safe!

  • For me, the longer the better. I watch these during my long meals or during exercise. I’ll often play these for several hours while writing bits of software-for now there’s nothing more heartening than to listen sounds of life and to look up and see that I’m walking on an iconic city street or among cows toward the Eiger. These walks also prepare me for my own city walks.

  • Thanks so much, love it! Especially now with this COVID19 mess! And to everyone complaining about the music, mute the sound, and use your imagination then, and stop being rude! Everyone stay safe, and enjoy all the best in life, like this-like nature-and your loved ones! <3

  • Thank you very much for such beautiful & soothing experiences you’ve offered us <3 I enjoy every minute of this! Truly appreciated! <3

  • Such a quaint town. Really lovely. I just got a 360 5k and really didn’t know if I was doing the walking videos right. I love doing them in Kathmandu. Even during the pandemic, there’s just so much ‘eye candy’ it makes them fun to make. I think I’m going to do a little binge on your videos. You do a great job.

  • I made my indoor power walk with this, and it’s so funny because the closer i get to the tv screen ( i watch it there) then i sort of immerse myself and turn when you turn and such. I wish i could walk in such a forest with a virtual reality device. Now that’d be the summum. But for now, i’m delighted because it’s winter here, so cold…like -30 celcius, and i don’t wanna walk outside, and i miss nature and the color green like crazy. I suffer from seasonal depression, severely, and i have to gather useful tools to make it through. Your videos are one of them. You’re doing more than you think by uploading this. Nature has a healing power.

  • People that never go camping or hiking and really never get out of a town or city and spend a few days in the wild like this have no idea, no idea at all, the healing power of just hearing nothing but wind, birds, and the sound of a forest, and seeing the green and variety of living things out there. Spend a few days out there without electronics and you start feeling natural again. You belong, you feel it, and you have to put no thought into it. It just happens. Your body remembers.

  • What a great idea to do this first person from a walking perspective! I’m drawing inspiration from this channel and starting a nature walk and nature sounds channel of my own. If you wouldn’t mind checking mine out and subscribing to see my progress as I grow and maybe throw in a couple comments/suggestions that would be great. Thanks!!

  • Appreciate a lot! Living in the forest of concrete,dragged by dozens of work,we all fail to embrace our mother nature. Watching your video while reading a book makes me feel like being really in nature. Thank you!

  • Wonderful walk in London! I love the streets there. I have thought many times to go and I must do soon. What a lovely day, also nice and interesting narration! Sofia

  • Hola henry,,muy linda ciudad o pueblito no se como lo llaman ustedes,,muy tranquilo sereno pocas personas circulando y con ese hermozo telon de fondo como lo son las cadenas montañosas y pequeños arroyos en donde hacen que se vea como una postal,,felicitaciones y sigan adelante desde (Uruguay) les envio un gran saludo walter ��������������

  • Videos like this are becoming more and more popular as people around the world ride their stationary bikes, run and or walk on their treadmills, in front of their TVs. We’ve all gotten very creative in staying healthy through these lock-downs.

  • this video is the one that inspired me to actually begin my youtube channel. because i also felt the essence tp explore the beauty hidden in nature. i moved to germany recently, and as we are rolling slowly into summer, i get to enjoy a lot the nature as i take afternoon nature walks, i do make small videos for my youtube. i hope after this model, my channel will grow

  • good god man…. edit out the sound of your feet… maybe consider over tracking more pleasant sounds. im not trying to be rude… my apologies.. this is tranquil and lovely…. but your footsteps where MADDENING.. i mean no disrespect.. ty for your time

  • Please upload this vedio without external music…. Thank you everyone……. This is Ultimate forest view very very very Thank you everyone……. This is dedicated all nature dudes……

  • I absolutely love your videos. I really like that there is no music and no humans.

    Hopefully, you will make a video of hiking through the desert. I will keep an eye out for that video.

    Thanks again for your great videos.

  • Why did you keep changing up the scenes so much in the beginning? I thought it wasn’t going to be a walk, just clips. I can’t share this one

  • I think this walk could have been better if only occasionally the walker would have occasionally paused only for a moment and pointed the camera to the right and to the left. A whole lot of trail by the lake and could only see glimpses of the lake and mountains.

  • Something very poetic about the forest. To think the entire time our lives have been going on, through childhood up until adulthood this place has always been there. This peaceful place whether times in our lives were good or bad. Makes you realize a lot of times we get in our own way.

  • Wow, excellent walk I loved it, and such a beautiful morning for it! I really enjoyed your narration as always. Btw, the Gherkin is the building you filmed at 21:58. Keep up the great job Henry:)

  • I know everyone is a critic, but I think most comments are not meant to be mean, but to express a great need for beauty, which you are providing, but also a break from constant noise assaults! And, Omgosh, that 1 note constantly playing is really hard to hear! Again, thank you for the beauty you are offering!

  • How well-said… “The country is the world of the soul, the city is the world of bodies.” Baha’u’llah, Bahá’u’lláh and the New Era, Baha’i Faith

  • È UN SOGNO O REALTÀ?

    A GIÀ…..!!! Oltre a tutto ciò onde ottenere il massimo dovreste smettere di assumere sostanze malefiche e nefaste tipo bacco, tabacco, affini e similari!!

    P.s. Avete ben compreso? Ciao e buonanotte a tutti!!

  • This is almost hypnotic. The way the camera moves but keeps perfectly centered. It’s like the effect from watching the divider lines on the road when you drive.

  • What a wonderful video! ��
    The visit of London is in our plans ��
    I see there are many cycle roads and beautiful street art ��
    And I’ve noticed, that bus stop turned to other side. If we have seets on the bus stops which is turned toward the road I see that in London it is turned toward the building. This is very interesting idea ��
    There are a lot of beautiful architecture! I liked a cathedral at 32:13. It’s really amazing ��

  • Truly grateful for this nature walk, almost feeling like I am there myself. If it additionally were possible to smell the forest (and touch the trees). How are such videos made? Is this filmed with a drone or are you walking (if so how come that it is the camera view is so steady)? THANKS! Your video is such comfort to me, calms the mind. Wood Bathing and even virtual is so healthy for the mind!

  • Where is this place??
    With natural sounds of nature it would be much better video than artifical music!!
    And why didn’t you rotated camera on left or right side, up or down side, back and sideway side??? It would be much better experience for viewers in this way.
    Have you noticed how many colors of wildflowers were there??
    Six colored flowers: white, yellow, orange, red, pink, purple..
    Comment at 30 min view of video

  • प्लीज 1मिनट के लिए बस मेरे लिए भी आप लोग टाईम निकाल लिजिए
    आप लोग भाई और मेरी बहन लोग आप लोग मेरी मदत कर दो बस मेरे मम्मी पापा जो है मुझे नही मानते है और मै घर से बाहर निकलकर काम भी करना चाह रही हू लेकीन नही निकलने देते है लोग इस लिए मै एक अपना चैनल बनाई हू और गाना लिखती हू लिखकर सिंगर लोग को देती है मोबाईल द्बारा और अपने चैनल पर डालती हू ताकी इस से मे कूछ कर सकूँ
    आप लोग के बस एक सब्सक्राईब से मेरी जिन्दगी आप लोग संभाल सकते है कूछ नही जाएगा बस सब्सक्राईब करने से प्लीज मेरे चैनल को सब्सक्राईब आप लोग कर लिजिए । ������ दिल से आप लोग का धन्वाद करती हूँ ��

  • Wow, I get so wound up with the all the situations in the world right now, this is so welcome for the anxiety relief. Thank you so much!

  • So beautiful. Imaging walking in the forest listening to the bird singing, the sound of my own footsteps, watching the endless greeness, feeling so relaxing. Love your channel 4K Relaxation Channel. Thank so much.

  • It’s amazing to think 157k people have joined you on your walk! Thank you. I’ve used this to lift my spirits during our town’s quarantine.

  • I like this, but not the music it is too much and very jaring in places, if you could do this with woodland sounds that would be better.

  • This is nice. I actually like the mesmerizing music. I watch these in the morning with my coffee and breakfast. I am not a morning person. This is a relaxing way to ease into the day.

  • Beautiful, refreshing, natural beauty Is a rain forest that is pleasant to travel, the weather is fresh, cool, and looks comfortable. But at the beginning of the video that many trees would be cut down. The tree didn’t naturally die. Because we can be seen from the saw Which must be human skill for sure Enough to know the cause or not? “What do humans cut trees in the forest for?”

  • They natural nature is lost when they put down concrete or aswalts on the trails.
    Just leave things as things are.
    Let mature do its job.

  • i came here cause i’m getting tired of humanity in general… people seems to be worse and worse everyday and i’m getting really upset about it, but this virtual contact with nature helps me (especially at this quarentine moment in which we can’t even go out) and calms me down!! thanks for uploading!! ��

  • Lovely, but would be better without music not relaxing really nerve-wracking  just birds.    can you also make this version?   Thank you!!!

  • Hi. The moment you tell me to subscribe is the moment I downvote and close the video. This is the internet. Don’t beg and don’t tell me what to do.

    Edit: I feel that the bird sounds were added in. You might not have a music track but you definitely have a bird track. There’s no WAY there are that many birds there, especially ones that always seem to be right on top of you no matter where you are. Yeah right. Fake video.
    3:21:02 haha yeah right. There must be a bird on your hat.

  • Beautiful beautiful beautiful! as for the music, I’d prefer true nature sounds too for this one. however this music does justice to the video and is not distracting at all. Please dont stop making videos, you are doing humanity a service!

  • I love love loved this! Thank you so much for this, it’s perfect for me to walk inside while relaxing, to meditate, and to reflex, upon the magnificence of the sights and sounds of nature and beautiful music.����

  • I was just in London the middle of Sept. I wish we had time to see this!! My boys wanted to see the WW2 museum, and daughter the holocaust museum. We also saw the Abbey, walked across Tower Bridge etc. We also went to Paris and Budapest, and Bristol England where one of my sons got married! Love your videos!!!

  • I love this video of London! I plan to visit it one day. Do you have more videos of city of London? Thank you for taking and showing us around.

  • Hi Henry, you asked about the length of the videos, well for me about an hour is just fine. I just love the real time walking that you do and I find the videos very relaxing to watch and quite therapeutic. I am not able to travel to all the interesting places you visit these days so thanks for taking me and my armchair with you. Duncan

  • Thanks for a great relaxing video �� I’m a nature creature too. I just subscribed to your channel. 2 questions: what camera do you use to record these? Also, is there a link to this without the music? Cheers ��

  • Thank you all for these glorious visual and sound quality videos! I am “reprogramming” myself first thing for 30 mornings to click on these videos w the sound up instead of the news! ��

  • ,. So those are the facts. It doesn’t matter if I’m the notorious Eptein. I might have been the President of another Country. ����������

  • The music does not due justice to such a beautiful place. A walk in the forest with its natural sounds of rushing water, animals or wind are enough.

  • This reminds me of Dan Gibson’s “Solitudes” series of CDs and DVDs though his nature sounds were more prominent with the music quieter and more to the background. I do prefer that balance but nevertheless I am enjoying this vid and do appreciate all that went into the making of it. It’s the perfect antidote to the grey skies and drizzle currently outside my windows.

  • Beautiful, bizarre, stunning, unexplainable. What you see is not here on earth. Am I dreaming? Is it heaven? Like in the fairy tale “Alice and the Wonderland”, our world is beautiful. Thank you for the beautiful video. Which helps to build power and encouragement for us…

  • Another good walk. Length is fine. Keep doing what your doing. If you did a really really long walk that would be fine too. We all know there is lots to see in London. Prowalk tours does very long vids and they are great to kick back, relax and just take in all the scenary.

  • Thanks for this video Mel. I missed visiting Salmon last year on a road trip through Montana and Idaho. Stayed in a farmhouse in Dillon MT. instead.

  • What a magical place! I’m quarantined in FL with my spin bike which I’ve set up in my livingroom so I can ride and feel like I’m wherever my YouTube videos take me. Thank you so much for this video and as for music, I mute the music and play whatever I feel like. What’s annoying to one person is often beautiful to another so rather than complain, I’d just suggest that everyone enjoy the beauty and provide your own favorite music! Stay safe & healthy and please continue to share these videos.

  • Camera is soooooo smooth.. no up and down movements..
    ok that explains the propeller sounds of the drone flying over your head..
    Nah.. that’s not it.. your an avatar in animal crossing “real” limited edition

  • Love walking with you, the narration is important to me as I live in Australia and I’m very interested too know where I am and “what’s what”.
    My my time on the treadmill very interesting and the time flies.
    Thank you ❤❤

  • Hello Friends. Today we would like to present an 8K virtual walk through the rainforest of Olympic National Park. This incredible place to our opinion is definitely worth visiting. Have you ever been to a rainforest? Where was it? What are your impressions? Will appreciate if you share with us your experience!

  • This forest is amazingly beautiful! Of course, I also make a video about the forest. But this is the most fabulous place I ‘ve ever been. It’s really beautiful. Thank You! I watch and enjoy this beauty of nature. Good to You!

  • Absolutely gorgeous and so green! Exactly as described; however, I watched it on the treadmill while working out, before I read the description:) Loved it!!!

  • Спасибо за интересное видео. Мы посмотрели Ваше видео в Париже ( дорога от Нотр-Дам до Эйфелевой башни). Просто влюбились в этот город. А в прошлом году прошли этот путь сами!

  • This is a lovely run. Great variety of scenery. Thick forest with birds. A little section of park. Seafront. Flat, straight running. Really great treadmill run. It could easily have been my favourite video. Why isn’t it? Just before the halfway mark the camera angle shifts up. I cannot see the path in front of me, and end up running blindly looking up at the trees and sky.
    But it’s a very nice run nevertheless. Thank you for making this video.

  • This one was perfect. Lot’s of narration. Do you have any videos on what kind of equipment you use? The sound is excellent and the video is really steady. Great work!

  • Definitely remove the music, or at least change it up. It’s the same note for more than four hours, I assume. I can’t stick with this if the music at the beginning ends.
    I put this video on for my dog so he could have something to see and hear while I’m gone. He left his sleeping spot before I even got dressed because it’s so monotonous.

  • no one wants to hear your dramatic music. Just leave the sound of you walking unless there is a conversation. If people don’t like it they could turn off the sound and play their favorite music separately.

  • Here is the facts. I’m rich and I can run it. It doesn’t matter what you have against me. When you run it and are it you don’t lose.

  • amazing… re,e,ner had to walk there and record i dont get it that it has only 2803 thumps up…… even if the music is dumb for you… shut it off an be amazed on the nature itself

  • I can’t imagine how you were able to hold the camera so smoothly! Usually walking with a camera gives you an up and down motion, but not here. You must walk like a ninja. What’s the secret?

  • Good video but sorry for slow because it runs 30fps. Sony 50 Inch Smart-TV, 4K, HDR, HDR10, HDR+, 60Hz. The other canal with 60fps so TV runs very good with clean 60fps. 30fps is not future!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Elk? Bear? As a kid in the 60’s used to camp up on Graves Creek. Magical steelhead area back then, I was 8, probably. ONF is a one of a kind area. Need to go back soon.

  • Glad to meet all the higher consciousness people here. you are my tribe, my support. I feel so alone with fam and friends not understanding me about stuff like this. Much love and light everyone <3

  • I Prefer NO music…You miss the song of nature….the birds, the wind in the trees, the wee critters…
    The forest sings with life…. you who covers nature with synthetic sounds should be ashamed.
    Take out the ear buds!
    I won’t enjoy this wonderful walk…no NATURE.! What a shame… I’m out of here. ����������

  • Так здорово всё сделано, как будто сам идёшь по тем тропинкам и гуляешь. Так мудро устроил всё Создатель, везде можно найти красоту! Спасибо за видео

  • WONDERFUL SCENERY! In my case it has helped me a LOT. THANK YOU VERY VERY MUCH.
    To be honest, first I prefer to listen to the music, but then I choose different nature sounds.

  • This video really inspired me to start my own channel at the beginning of this whole pandemic and quarantine. Just had to come back to pay my respects all these months later. Truly an inspiration and a real testament to the amazing quality and production value of the videos on this channel. Aloha!

  • This is sooo soothing and relaxing! Thank you for doing such a great job on this! And yes, like lolpppify said, thanks for not inserting music on this:)

  • I will strongly speak out in defense of music, it is very appropriate in this video. Well, maybe it was worth a little quieter to do it.

  • bitte sind die Aufnahmen mit einer Drohne gemacht oder warum sind die Aufnahmen so Erschütterung frei beim gehen mit einer Camera verwackelt doch meistens alles durch den Schrittwechsel ��������

  • Wow, it is a very stable walking video. Looks like using a drone to record it.. Love watching this walking video… Thanks for sharing your relaxation and dedication video and the effort that you made a 4hours long video. Thumb up!

  • I put this on my TV and listened to my mood playlists for writing and I’ve never had a longer or more productive writing session in my life

  • Splendid nature hike. Mute that annoying music and it gets even better. Either use nature sound or some nature-oriented classic in the spirit of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons or Beethoven’s Pastorale

  • Не знаю я, що буде після нас,

    В які природа убереться шати.

    Єдиний, хто не втомлюється, – час.

    А ми живі, нам треба поспішати.

    Зробити щось, лишити по собі,

    А ми, нічого, – пройдемо, як тіні,

    Щоб тільки неба очі голубі

    Цю землю завжди бачили в цвітінні.
    Thank!

  • Love this as usual, just wish we could hear the forest sounds and water. One day I will go back to Olympic National park. My favorite hike there was the high divide seven lakes loop and hoh rain forest to blue glacier.

  • I have just discovered your videos this is my first one to watch they are brilliant i live in London so recognise the streets… it’s far better then watching the television there’s no need to fly to visit these places now.. if you are unable to travel or bed Ridden what a God send these videos.. I am spoilt for choice of what to watch next ����������������…

  • The hardest part in trail video recording is the sound. I attach microphones at the bottom of my pack. Otherwise, I hear myself breathing the whole time. It’s also possible to substitute a ‘nature’ sound track from a stationary mic set in the woods. But that sorta defeats the sense of ‘being there.’ Hearing footsteps trucking along at normal speed is part of the experience.

  • Thanks so much for this. I had it on the tv while I trained on my treadmill (treadmill set up in front of 48″ 4k tv). I’m so out of shape and its important to get fitter during this pandemic. Thankyou for giving me something to focus on, it was like I was walking with you.. Felt weird when you went up and down stairs though.. Please keep producing these..

  • My favorite videos of yours are the ones that remind me of home in Vancouver Canada ����. Whenever I see craggy mountains, moss covered trees, and rain soaked soil… I feel home ����‍♂️��