Weekend 103: Trees and Trees


Be so rooted in your being that nobody’s absence or presence can disturb your inner peace or make you feel empty ~Unknown


Change your opinions, keep to your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots. ~Victor Hugo


Nature teaches us to share and be kind

sundaytree_23aug20_4Give the ones you love wings to fly, roots to come back and reasons to stay~ Dalai Lama

A stave church, is a medieval wooden Christian church building once common in north-western Europe.

For Becca’s Sunday Trees &

Jo’s Monday Walk

50 thoughts on “Weekend 103: Trees and Trees

  1. Pingback: Jo’s Monday walk : Miróbriga | restlessjo

  2. Beautiful photos. I can’t get over how much where you are now reminds me of where I grew up in the US. Your mountains are a bit bigger and more dramatic. And I think you get a bit more winter weather than we did in Vermont but I feel like if someone were to transport me to that forest without telling me where I was being dropped I might think I had been brought back home. At least until I got to town and didn’t hear much English.

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing your feelings Todd.
      I know the mountains here are pure bliss. The trails are very nominal and not like some other places in Europe where they have proper paths for people to walk inside. It’s different when we walk in undisturbed nature.

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      1. I like trails like that. I know when hiking in the New Hampshire mountains sometimes the trails would just be like those – a splash of paint on a rock or a tree and otherwise mostly undisturbed. Lovely

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