I went for a few hikes in July. While they all had one thing in common – rock formations – they were of two categories. The first one was about nice but forgotten places near a major city.Continue reading
After the rainy May, June seems back to the 2018 standards: awfully hot, often over 30°C. Yet, I went for a few hikes during the first half of June – and will share something about it now (including not-so-few photos).Continue reading
I haven’t been writing about my hiking much in the past months. Partially because I was mostly returning to known places, partially because the weather was not that good for taking pictures – and I even forgot my camera at home one of those days.
But, the last few days changed it, at least somewhat.Continue reading
It’s been several years since I last visited a ZOO. Back then, I’ve decided the next time I do it, it’ll be in winter to have a bit different perspective. That single condition alone made it a wait of several years, though I was in no rush for that.Continue reading
Spring might be some time away but I am already thinking of places I’ll want to visit once the snow is gone and the landscape starts blooming. So, as a break between writing-related posts, I’m showing my 5 favorite photos of flowers made in 2018. If you’re in some cold-gripped area while reading this, let’s hope it’ll warm you up.Continue reading
Since it’s winter, in today’s post, I’ll make a short look back at some winter-themed photos I took in 2018 (and the first week of 2019).Continue reading
With the year coming to a close, I am doing a “best of” highlight of this year’s hiking.