When nature comes close…

When the weather is grey and misty it’s nice to choose a path where nature comes close.
A winding path along a lake is always worth a walk.
The water attracts the bird life and among birch trees and shrubs, I find a large flock of blue tits and other small birds.

They look cute, the blue tits. The birds look like they are wearing dark glasses. They are very fast and always on guard.
That is why I can not show you any photos of my favorites 🙂
The blue tits always make me laugh. Lovely birds!

A lake is the landscape’s most beautiful and expressive feature.
It is earth’s eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature.
Henry David Thoreau

8 Comments on “When nature comes close…

  1. Precioso paseo, Hanna. Aunque haga mucho frío por ahí, sólo hay que salir bien abrigado y así poder disfrutar de esos pajarillos tan alegres y rápidos de movimientos. El lago transmite paz. Un abrazo grande, amiga ❤

    • Querida Magnoliae. La naturaleza es imposible prescindir una vez que te hayas acostumbrado. El lago ofrece tanta belleza y la gente disfruta del sonido de las aves y la tranquilidad.
      Un fuerte abrazo ❤

  2. These lake landscapes are really very peaceful and calming, dear Hanna. I remember when I was small I asked my mother if the lake in our town would be God’s bathtub. 🙂 Have a nice day, kind regards Mitza

    • Hi Mitza. I love lakes because they reflect the sky and they give life to the surroundings. One might easily approach robins land, the small bird 🙂
      I love your story about God’s bathtub ❤
      All the best,

    • Thanks a lot!. When mist and grayness is resting on top of your shoes it’s much easier to have an adventurous walk on a winding path by the lake than in a open landscape 🙂 🙂

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