After a while I am participating in Cee’s fun foto challenge this week. The topic tempted me to dig into my archives. Hope you like the entries.
What changes more rapidly, season or human!
Mountains are notable for their unique structures.
What Georges Simenon has said is true for me as well, “the lake and the mountains have become my landscape, my real world”.
These photos are taken during my travel yesterday with my mobile and I realized that nature never fails to captivate me what so ever is the season. The duration of journey does not matter if I can enjoy such beauty.
It’s very important that we re-learn the art of resting and relaxing. Not only does it help prevent the onset of many illnesses that develop through chronic tension and worrying; it allows us to clear our minds, focus, and find creative solutions to problems. ~Thich Nhat Hanh
For Nurturing Thursday this week.
Not everyone has to go to mountains or to woods. It is your life and so it is your choice 😀 Just make sure that you get proper rest and you relax 😉
The dove story is caputred at Parque de Malaga also known as Paraue de le Alameda, a botanical garden right in city centre of Malaga. .This park was opened in 1897 and has some wonderful old trees. Doves and Parakeets have build their nests in tree hollows.
I was in Malaga (a city in south of Spain) for a long weekend trip. It’s a very popular tourist destination for Scandinavian people due to the perfect location and weather conditions. The tourist season is yet to start and hence the flight was full of senior citizens but of course there were some exceptions 😀
For Nurturing Thursday this week would like to recall what Paulo Coelho says, “Be brave take risks. Nothing can substitute experience”.
I got into a wrong (local) bus and this is what I (we) see…
I shall be travelling today and might not be able to login to wordpress until late tonight.
Inspired by Becca’s Sunday Trees theme