Friday, November 7, 2014

Visiting Mountain Rujiste [Part 3/3]: A Walk in the Woods

Our visit in the local mountains comes to an end. For the rest of the day, I decided to take a walk in the woods with Beni. The autumn colors were present everywhere, and a cold breeze made the woods speak.

A walk in the woods can be very calming. It makes you decompress, is good for your body and spirit. I want to leave off this series with some fall impressions from the woods. If you are not able to go out today and enjoy them yourself, I hope that these images will help a bit.

This is a multi-part series. Other parts are:

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A narrow path to the village Zijemlja, is also taking me to the surrounding woods.


Beni, free and happy, is rushing about.


A welcoming (and also a bit spooky) entrance into the woods.



So many scents to pick up...


A relaxing little spot.


We enter this part of the woods, and follow the road to a different entrance.


As our walk in the woods continues, I notice, on the other side of the valley, the road we were traveling on previously.


These parts of the woods are much more colorful.


I always wonder what lies deep inside these woods.



 Directions for hikers and bicycle riders.


After our walk was completed (Beni got covered in mud, but I didn't have time to take those shots), we returned to the car...


...and drove down the mountain Rujiste, on our way back home.


The End

I hope you have enjoyed this final part in the Mountain Rujiste Series, as well as the landscapes from our walk in the woods.


44 comments:

  1. Yes I enjoyed al 3 posts in this series. It was a lovely place to walk and it looks like your dog enjoyed it also if he was covered in mud!

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    1. Thank you. So glad you enjoyed the images. After a bit of cleaning Beni was back to his usual fluffy self. :)

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  2. nice trip you made Mersad. loved also your walk in the woods. photo number 1 and 11 stole my heart!
    have a nice weekend, Hilde

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    1. Thanks so much Hilde. You too have a great weekend.

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  3. I can't imagine going out without the dogs and a camera. You have worked both into this series.

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  4. I always love your shots in the woods. So enchanting. And of course, Beni adds some style!

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  5. What a wonderful place to visit, thanks for sharing your trip. Visiting from Friday Finds.

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  6. Schöne Bilder wieder Mersad. Das Bild gefällt mir fotografisch sehr, wo der Hund scharf ist und der Hintergrund verschwommen ist. Ich wüsste nie, wie man so was überhaupt machen kann. Toll. Liebe Grüße

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  7. I do enjoy your scenery and sweet Beni. Hope you were able to get him clean.

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  8. an escape into woods (or fields) is always good for the soul. :)

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  9. Awwwwwwwww, sweet sweet Beni. Free to roam in such a beautiful surrounding. Gorgeous Fall colors and neat winding road.

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  10. Such beautiful photos! Love all the colors!

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  11. Nice fall colors! Yeah, I'm missing hiking right now.

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  12. Beautiful captures as always, Mersad!! Of course I do love the pics of Beni, and it does look as though he had a great time, too!! Getting muddy is part of the fun!! Hope you both have a great weekend!!

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  13. You got to see some beautiful fall colors on your walk.

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  14. that last shot of the road is what we call a hairpin curve or dead mans curve was the name of one we traveled in Kentucky... that came from driving it in ice and snow... i like the view across the valley of the road where you were.. and of course sweet Beni

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  15. Beautiful autumn shots of your 'walk in the woods' ~ Love your doggie! so adorable and great shots too!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  16. Nice seasonal colors in the woods! Nice to see Beni out and about!

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  17. Beautiful scenes. I am enjoying seeing that part of the world through your eyes.

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  18. Lovely images of the forest, Beni and your walk. Have a happy weekend!

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  19. Wonderful fall impressions from the woods! The road back down the mountain looks quite impressive.

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  20. I really enjoyed seeing these photos of your woods.

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  21. You have great places to walk. That last photo, of the 180 degree turn, is pretty special.

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  22. It sure wouldn't hurt me to do more walking. Nothing like having a companion with you.
    Coffee is on

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  23. Beautiful series of photos from that mountain! Very clear, colorful and just great to see! Looked like fun!

    I looked at your 2008 posts...didn't help...I appreciate it though...lol....they were great, too! I liked how you put the before and after photo in the one post. I'd like to look into different editing programs.

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  24. I love to go out into our mountains. The air always smells so fresh and clean. Your images are beautiful.

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  25. Hi Mersad,
    This was a lovely series of photos. I enjoyed all of them.
    Looks like you climbed quite a bit in terms of elevation.
    Does it get very cold as you go up the mountains where you are?
    Your dog is adorable.
    Much cleaner than our two kids :)

    Peace :)

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  26. :)

    ein wunderbares Farbenspiel des Herbstes und interessante Weiten!

    Liebe Grüße von Senna

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  27. I agree, I walk in the woods can do wonders for the spirit!

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  28. Yes, I understand the sensation of calming, the colors the feeling you describe...
    Great serie
    ciao
    Stefano

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  29. Great place , wonderfull shots, greeting from Belgium
    http://louisette.eklablog.com/mes-autres-blogs-p842116

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  30. What a great blog and beautiful photography! I'm from Bosnia but living in the states and I plan on visiting again next summer for a Balkan road trip - I'll definitely be using these posts as a guide!

    If you want to check out my blog where I write quite a bit about Bosnia with my "Road Trip Through Bosnia" series (taking you from city to city) see www.thetravelixir.com

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    1. I saw your blog before, and loved it. Thank you so much for visiting. I will be back!

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  31. What beautiful photos (plus your dog is adorable)! You really have a great eye for detail :)
    Have a great weekend

    www.thetechgypsy.com

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    1. Thank you so much for your visit. Your blog is really great. I really enjoyed the autumn in Europe images.

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  32. Beautiful shots!
    Did you put a link on Shadow Shot Sunday? I saw one for Mersad but the link does not work.

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    1. I linked it to the post from today not this one. But i don't know why the link doesn't work. Maybe I typed something wrong. Will check back.

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  33. Interesting series and beautiful photographs to go with! Fall is certainly an excellent time of year for colorful outdoor photography,

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  34. Absolutely stunning! I wish I had fall color where I live! Really enjoyed the post, being there in spirit! :-)

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  35. What a lovely area to take a walk and such pretty autumn colors. Your dog is adorable.

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  36. Brrrr... those woods look cold and damp. Beni doesn't seem to mind. In fact, he looks very happy. You are right, a walk in the woods is very relaxing. Beautiful photos, as always.

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  37. forest woods, today. I was teaching the children "Three little pigs." and the wolf lives in the forest. Always wonder how much the city kids know about forests.

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