Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Foggy Mountains [Part 2/3]: Inside

As I looked into the deep woods that were in front of me, the fog that surrounded us kept getting thicker and thicker. It reached a point where looking into the Mostar valley was just starring into complete white. The sounds of the forest on the other hand, were more alive. I love this little spot in these mountains, and I hope you will too.

This is a multi-part series. Other parts include:
Part One: Isolation
Part Two: Inside
Part Three: Return

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Inside the Forest

We continued our drive through the narrow mountain road. Somewhere in these regions, far from the city of Mostar, small villages are spread throughout the landscape. But on this day, they were hidden inside the fog. I stopped my car on the side of the road and we stopped to take more images.



Entrance into the Woods

A small stone fence, separates the mountain road from the entrance to the wood. The terrain is uneven, and besides the winter green trees, there is not much blooming growth. The forest is not too thick, but the fog banks rolling in, everything was mysterious.







I kept on going as far as i could, taking in the surroundings and simply enjoying the sights.


In the upcoming last part we will return home, and along the way see some (hopefully) amazing foggy cityscapes.


End of Part Two
To be continued...

Come back tomorrow for the last part.
Do you venture out into the woods in winter?


33 comments:

  1. Those trees have SO much character! What a great place for photos. Rebecca

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  2. Hello Mersad, what a lovely walk in the woods. Yes, I love to take a walk in the woods, it is so peaceful. Beautiful images, have a happy day!

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  3. Wonderful images Mersad, just went back to look at last post with misty, foggy shots, excellent.

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    1. Thanks so much for checking it out.

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  4. ahhh, you found a wonderful spot to take your great photos. Love them all.
    We don't have woods out here on the Plains of West Texas. :)

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  5. A lovely walk in the woods. I enjoy seeing the different species of trees around the world ... each has its own beauty.

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  6. Sehr schöne scharfe lebendige Fotos und Landschaften. Liebe Grüße

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  7. all those trees are just amazing to me. here we have no room to walk through trees, if there are this many trees in one spot, it is all grown up with swamp plants under it. no room to walk. I love photo number 3.

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  8. beautiful woods, and a love the small stone fencing!

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    1. It's small but enough is there to link up with Good Fences :)

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  9. Wonderful nature shots of a very unique looking forest ~

    Happy Weekend coming to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  10. Those trees sure have a different texture on their bark.

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  11. I live in the woods (lucky girl) so yes, I do venture out and about. Your shots are gorgeous!

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  12. Such a beautiful place and each group of trees seem to have their own "look" and the different bark texture is amazing indeed!! Superb captures as always and they are the next best thing to being there myself!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

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  13. What a beautiful place! I like all the "forest" shots, especially that first photo.

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  14. Simply mesmerizing - the tree, the portraits, the hint of fog. Beautifully captured.

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  15. Such a lovely peaceful place to have a walk. Love the combination of tree trunks and stones in the images.

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  16. Love the messy patterns of the tree trunks. Something so intriguing about them.

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    1. I agree. There is just something about this forest, that makes you want to explore it further and further.

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  17. Your beautiful photos make be wish to be there.

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  18. I love the mysterious aspect of fog especially among tall trees and tall buildings. Great photos.

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  19. super photos, yes i walk in my local forest most days.

    peter

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  20. I wouldn't mind stopping and walking through the forest, as long as I have a companion. I've become too much of a scaredy cat as I've aged.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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    1. It was the three of us here, so we kept each other company.

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  21. There is a calmness about these nature scenes.I really like them all.

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  22. Great photo's, quite different from the rain forest in New Zealand.

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/kimbikryst.html

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  23. Oh ja, ich habe den Spaziergang auch absolut genießen können. Man kann förmlich diese reine Luft riechen^^

    Liebe Grüsse

    N☼va

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    1. Die Luft ist wirklich sehr rein, und die Umgebung läd zum träumen ein.

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  24. Interesting Pine forest with character, looks like an interesting place to explore!

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  25. It looks a good area. I wish I could get out there.

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  26. again a beautiful serie of wonderful pictures!!! must be a nice place to walk around.

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  27. Very interesting place. Nice pictures of the pine forest in spite of bad weather.

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  28. There is something quite beautiful about the trees. They seem to arise directly from the earth, with only light ground cover. Beautiful.

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