Come with us for a morning walk – an autumn forest shower! The crisp, cold mornings are the best ones… And you know, Totti shares all his secret treasures with me…his best paths and digging holes for example… Mostly I am ahead of him, because he is getting a bit slow – turning 11 next […]Read Post ›
Early mornings and late evenings – Oh, the Spring light! Wishing you a lovely weekend.
For Cee’s double letters – mushrooms and trees. Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Words with double letters
Very inquisitive… While his little friend was eager to eat – keeping an eye on me… It was a day of soft colours – silent and foggy with rising temperature. Rather lovely.
My winter moodiness lifted today 10 degrees below zero (C) – a frosty, crisp and clear day! Hiking for some hours – breathing and staying outdoors as long as… …the sun was up By 3.pm it is time to go home As we turn back, the sun is setting and the rays are orange warm […]Read Post ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Arches, Domes, Half Circles For Cee – both man made and natural. In both cases, these shapes are pleasant to the eye.
Yesterday morning I went with Totti for our daily morning walk – but soon realized that this morning would be something special. Frosty, no wind, sun from a clear blue sky. This grey autumn, there has not been many opportunities for the two of us to really enjoy the early mornings… so, I went back […]Read Post ›
Tonight I learned that the special light today – the sun never came through and it had a strange orange shine – originated from the effects of the fires in Spain/Portugal, like sand from Northern Africa. I had brought my camera, heading for the forest, for some last shots of the autumn leaves – but […]Read Post ›
The urge to rise early grows with the intensifying of autumn colours. This morning I had my share of beauty and tranquility, quietness and delightful dew. If you love nature like I do, I hope you will enjoy this 2 1/2 hours walk – shortened to some minutes only… …and back homewards again, following this […]Read Post ›