Sunday trees inspired by Becca’s Sunday trees theme.
We here are instantly distracted just by the idea of a few hours of sunshine. Who will stay in! Following this theory, yesterday I used my weekly training time (training time during office hours) of two hours to enjoy a nice warm hiking tour. I covered a distance of around 9 km and went upto a height of 360 m above sea level. I met lots and lots of local and tourist on way. Everyone was shinning and in good mood. But I am glad I walked along some new paths in the forest and relish few moments of solitary with in nature. Here is a collection of pictures.
BTW the weather behaved exactly as forecasted. After the wonderful sunny hours there were episodes of heavy showers in the afternoon and it continues until now.
Every day I travel to my work and as it is not a five-minute journey, I prefer to read. These days I am reading “Siddhartha” written by Hermann Hesse.
In 1919 Hesse claimed: “What we can and should change is ourselves: our impatience, our egoism (spiritual egoism too), our sense of hurt, our lack of love and forbearance. Any other change in the world, even when done for the best intentions, I consider as useless.”
This is my contribution to Becca’s Nurturing Thursday for the week.
Things have come up,
on professional and home ground,
keeping me on toes.
Expecting your support.
Soon will appear in your comment section 🙂
Getting some fresh air with fellow participants after a long day at workshop. You can easily notice the weather is back to default settings.
Every Tuesday I upload a picture of a trail or a track or a road. It is so much fun to take a walk and capture the trail/track. Hope you enjoy it. If you like the idea feel free to join.
Photo taken with Samsung galaxy s3!
In spite of the weather forecast today, we got some sunshine today. I took morning tour near a pond to capture Seagulls. But surprisingly I found a pigeon couple so busy in their own world so decided to share their moments with you.
Have a great week ahead!