A Walk Through My Neighborhood


Last Monday was the first sunny day after a week of rain and low temperatures. In addition to it, it was a holiday too. So when I pondered whether I shall clean the windows or go for a walk the decision was made easily and quickly… lol!

I am blessed that I live in an area where I can step outside the building and have lots of walkways through farmland and swamp areas in front of me. I am happy that I can take you along this way.

What animal has been hiding herre?20180527_132625

The birds of prey are always present…20180521_124252

… as well as my lovely storks. Sometimes they even walk by in front of my balcony.20180521_12430120180521_12554120180521_125640

It is the time of the year when the lilies fill many parts of the landscape.20180521_124717

The dark spots in the meadow is swamp.20180521_124810

And while you smell the spring air, the grass, and the flowers, you hear nothing but the bells of the cows and the crickets.


The small wooden building in the foreground is the home of honey bees.20180521_125053


I hope you enjoyed the walk.

Later that day we celebrated my son’s birthday and were gifted with a beautiful rainbow.20180521_190115.jpg20180521_185902

The warm day also caused a thunderstorm later at night and I was blessed to catch the lightning … after loads of unsuccessful attempts._20180522_21154120180522_213001

Happy Sunday, everyone!

In Love and Light

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Nature is amazing and more easy to use in the warm time a year. Just a half hour of walk a day make a huge change in our life, no matter the weather all year round. I feel it clearly, when I walk with my dog in not always nice weather, but I thrive much better after the time outside.

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