On my tours, I’m increasingly looking for places where few people walk or no one walks. I know the places well enough not to get lost. Still, there are places I just discovered because they are far from popular routes.
I was in the Velence mountains yesterday enjoying the heat of the sun and then the cold wind and snow showers that replaced it. Crazy April! I love you this way!
The sun was still shining here as I sat down among the branches of a tree to rest.
The best seat is built by nature.
A hidden rocky area
Tourist and bicycle path
Previously, I only saw periwinkle in the gardens, I didn’t know it lived in the woods either, forming a contiguous carpet.
Dead tree carved by woodpecker. In the life of the forest, it is important to have dead trees as well, because they provide habitat and nutrient supply for small organisms.
The Mushroom-stone. I have never seen this granite rock before, it is so hidden. I don't know why he got the name Mushroom. It does not look like any mushroom, but rather a grumpy gnome.
From this direction, it looks more like an armchair
I'm going through a periwinkle field again. It's simply amazing!
Wild cherry trees bloom along the bike path.
Wild ambush on the border of pine and oak
Sight in the other direction
A small grassy area on the hilltop
Hawthorn will bloom soon.
Granire rock as an abstract painting, painted by different species of lichen
Abstract drawing on a tree's bark
Valley with a stream