Sunday Trees

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A walk on mountain road on a dull autumn day. I was missing sunlight so much for such setting but woods are always beautiful.

For Becca’s Sunday Trees.

Jo’s Monday Walk.

 

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Weekend 66: Usual hiking tour

After two weeks of gray weather we got sunny weather for the weekend though the temperature has dropped down significantly. Sun is what we needed and hence we decided to take a walk along the popular hike route.

Since it was supposed to be a family tour, I deliberately left my camera home but don’t you worry as I had my mobile (samsung) with me :D.

Autumn shows us how beautiful is it to let things go ~Unknown.

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Becca’s Sunday Trees inspires me to look for trees in various seasons, sizes and shapes.

The blue sky, the warm sun, the crisp breeze and autumn colours all were so inviting that we thoroughly enjoyed our walk. We covered around 12 km distance with maximum attended height of 450m.

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Up and up…

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The temperature was about +5C but it didn’t affect the spirit of locals and if you believe me it was all crowded up on the mountains.

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And all at once, summer collapsed into fall ~Oscar Wilde

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The majority of leaves are long gone but still we spotted colours here and other. For Dawn’s Festival of leaves.

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I would love to link my beautiful autumn hike to Jo’s Monday walk but since Jo has asked us not to send her links, I will just tag the post to  #Jo’s Monday walk.

Hope you enjoy the images.

 

Weekend 65: A walk in nature

To stop myself from overthinking

Wrong things happened in the past.

Wrong things happen somewhere right now.

Wrong things will happen in the future.

Not all in my control.

I control my behaviour.

Not others.

I want peace for others.

I am responsible for peace with myself.

I learn to pacify my mind.

I walk in nature.

Thursday was recorded as the warmest day in October til date. October was never so warm before. I am presenting  vibrant autumn colours captured on Thursday despite a super windy day. The time I spent in nature helped me to calm my agitation.

Have you ever tried capturing leaves or flowers when it is windy? Then you understand my efforts.

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For Dawn’s Festival of  leaves: week -3

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Leaves in Autumn

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower ~ Albert Camus

On last Wednesday, we got some sunshine (raining at the same time) and hence I was out on a walk looking for autumn colours. The theme was “watching leaves”. Leaves in various sizes, shapes and colours.  Here is a small gallery of what I enjoyed most. Hope you enjoy them too.

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This is my entry for Jo’s Monday walk theme.

As suggested by Jo I am linking this post to a fantastic theme #festival of leaves 2018, hosted by Dawn from The Day after.

Thank you Jo. I am so happy for such challenge.

Nurturing Thursday: Gratitude

Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings ~William Arthur Ward

I take this opportunity to thank everyone for taking the time to visit my blog,  read my posts, write comments on my posts (even when I am not around), support me, inspire me  and appreciate my posts.

My Paris trip was not exactly as I thought but it was good nonetheless. I appreciate wonderful suggestions from fellow bloggers. Here is fresh set of images “Paris: a different angle”

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This post is inspired by Becca’s Nurturing Thursday theme.