Monday, May 4, 2020

Springtime in the Mountains [Through My Lens Nr. 239]

Spring is in full swing in Bosnia and Herzegovina. With the quarantine it's very easy tomiss. Most of my time is spent inside the house so that I don't really get a glimpse of nature changing. This past weekend was filled with a quick getaway to our mountain cottage and I got the chance to really take it all in, far away from people. It was great to stop along the road and take these images. Beni was there with us of course too. I had to give him a haircut last week and it didn't turn out that great. You won't be able to see it in the image below, but it's not that good. :) Oh well, what can you do. It seems like we are going to have some return to normal this month, but I'm still weary of it all. I think it's important to still stay inside and social distance. At least for the time being. There will be plenty of sunny days, we just have to stay healthy in order to enjoy them.

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12 comments:

  1. A very mossy bridge! And another cute picture of Benji!

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  2. Wow so beautiful pics. Loved Beni's pic :))

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  3. How beautifully green your mountains are now! Benji doesn't seem t mind that his haircut isn't too good--don't worry about that. I;m also staying home longer. I'm hoping a vaccine will be developed soon.

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  4. Mersad, I love the bridge! I won't be the first to get out there when some restrictions are lifted in a couple of weeks. I have only been to the grocery store in the last 8 weeks and walks outside. Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Sylvia D.

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  5. Beautiful photos as always. Glad for you that you were able to escape to the mountains for a while. We don't have total lock-down here but I'm pretty much in self-isolation anyway and I don't get any further than my own two legs will take me (which is not very far!) ;) (I could do with a haircut myself, btw...)

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  6. Yeah, I'm weary of it too...but so it goes on...

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  7. Beautiful vibrant scenes.

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  8. Wow, such beautiful pics. Thanks for hosting and I hope that your family is safe and healthy.

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  9. I am glad you were able to visit your cottage. It is so important for our well being at the moment to get out in nature, at the same time obeying social distancing rule. Enjoy and stay well.

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  10. It’s good to get outside if you can do it safely. I’m glad you could! ...

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  11. What beautiful spring scenes! Your country is blessed by beautiful nature!

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