Weekend 98: Moments from the Wilderness

Near midnight

Life is short, and if we enjoy every moment of every day, then we will be happy no matter what happens or what changes along the way. ~Gretchen Bleiler



There are no ordinary moments.~Dan Millmanweekend98_5weekend98_6weekend98_7

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.~ Buddha.


Last couple of days were the warmest with temperature around 26 -28 C. Walks were possible in late evenings. The above images are from our walk on Friday late evening. The stillness in the woods was quite refreshing and the sound one could hear were those from trees, birds, bees and sheep bells.

After buring around 650 calories on our walk we were treated with a beautiful rainbow saying good night.

60 thoughts on “Weekend 98: Moments from the Wilderness

  1. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : a fishy tale! | restlessjo

  2. What a beautiful place you live in. In some ways it reminds me of where I grew up. Very rural, mountains and forest, barns and lots of lovely plants. I love that you get out often to enjoy it.

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      1. I’m finding that the pandemic is having a similar effect. I am being very diligent about going outside and exploring where we live. Were we not in a pandemic, I might be traveling far from home but now I’m learning to enjoy things I can get to under my own power. It’s lovely!


  3. Wow! These are wonderful photos. I’m glad you were able to go out for a walk and just as happy that you shared your walk through the photos. The last photo speaks the most too me. The landscape is beautiful and enhanced perfectly by the clouds, sky and touch of sunlight.


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