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The Pleasure Found In Nature

The beauty of nature has been a source of pleasure for many. Nature is vast and overwhelming, full of isolation, solitude, freedom and away from the shackles of society. The pathlessness of wild trees offer a sublime escape from the world and into the unknown.

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