Monday, September 26, 2016

Wonders of Nature [Through My Lens Nr. 61]


With temperatures sinking it makes going out and exploring nature that much more fun exciting. Fall is not truly here yet and most of nature is in bloom. I try to use this time to make trips and generally explore the world around me. These shots of nature were taken around our mountain cottage, from which I have shown you some new images in my recent post on Friday. I hope to see you out and about as well. Please link up your posts, I can't tell you how much I love browsing through the happening in your corner of the world.

Above: Quince (bosnian: Dunja) growing on a tree; Below: A wooden gate welcomes you to explore the path towards the hills


Above: The river Šanica flowing underneath a very unstable crossing path; Below: the wooden "bridge" I was standing on the take the shot above



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40 comments:

  1. Great images of autumn. I love the last one!

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  2. Schön dass der Herbst so ganz langsam kommt, nicht wahr? Deine Fotos machen mir noch mehr Lust auf viel Äpfel essen und durch Blätterhaufen rennen ;-D! GlG Anne

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    1. Ja darauf freue ich mich auch :D

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  3. I have said it before but that wooden bridge you were standing on does not look safe!! Love all the shots. Thanks for hosting and have a great week ahead Mersad.

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    1. Yeah you have to be really careful when crossing it. Luckily not many people cross it, if any at all.

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  4. Moin Mersad,
    das sieht ja sehr verwunschen aus! Ich finde solche kleinen, bezaubernde Orte immer wieder spannend! Und meist liegen sie direkt vor unserer Tür!
    Deine kleinen Momente, hast du sehr schön abgebildet!
    Ich wünsche dir eine schöne Woche, mit vielen kleinen Momenten!
    xxx Britta

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    1. Danke Britta, wünsche Dir auch eine tolle Woche.

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  5. Good morning dear Mersad, Happy Week to you and thanks mot sincerely for hosting me today !

    Wishing you all my best for your coming days I'm sending hugs and more hugs to you

    Xx Daniela at ~ My little old world ~

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    1. Thanks Daniela for visiting and stopping by.

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  6. Sehr schöne Naturbilder.
    Liebe Grüße

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  7. Mersad, i want to go with you to your mountain sides. I love those sceneries, but i can't walk through that makeshift bridge. Instead i will go the long way down the creek! Wonderful shots as always.

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  8. Oh ja, deine schönen Fotos sind wirklich Zeugen unserer wunderbaren Natur !
    Gut eingefangen mit der Kamera.
    ♥liche Grüße aus Deutschland

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  9. Oh ja, deine schönen Fotos sind wirklich Zeugen unserer wunderbaren Natur !
    Gut eingefangen mit der Kamera.
    ♥liche Grüße aus Deutschland

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  10. Beautiful pics and post.
    Have a nice week ahead.

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  11. Beautiful images! The first and last are my favorites.
    Have a wonderful week!

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  12. Wunderschöne "verwunschene" (wie wir hier für zauberhaft sagen) Ecken zeigst du heute. Eine Einladung, die Natur zu entdecken.
    Herzliche Grüsse,
    Claudine

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  13. I love them all, Mersad. But the one with the path leading through the gate is my favorite. I don't think I'd want to use either of those two bridges.

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  14. I like the one with the fence!

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  15. I have a Quince tree too. The fruits are not quite as mature as yours but every year my Mum makes the most delicious Quince jelly

    Mollyxxx

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    1. I love quinces, stewed, jam, paste, jelly. Any way. Delicious!

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  16. What a delightful place, Mersad!

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  17. Thank you for the woodland ramble today. It is the start of spring here, and we did our own "bush" ramble today. Have a great week.

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  18. How wonderful to have all this natural beauty at your fingertips. These are superb pictures, Mersad ...

    andrea @ From the Sol

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  19. That path appears to lead to new discoveries in the woods, Mersad. It looks like a very cool and quiet place to walk. Autumn is coming here with tree color change and cooler temperatures. It is my favorite season

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  20. Always fun to get out for a walk in the outdoors - and of course get some photos too! Looks like summer is still holding on where you live.

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  21. Beautiful walk Mersad... so lush and lovely.

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  22. Wow! So beautiful photos!

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  23. Wonderful images, Mersad, I like the quince one a lot.
    Have a good week!

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  24. Such a beautiful countryside. I've heard of quince, but never tasted one. - Margy

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  25. Hi Mersad, A bit late to the linkup this week as we are back in Greece and I am still about mixed up on my time zones. Your photos are pure fantasy this week. I felt like a fairy tale should have been written for them!

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    1. Thanks so much. No you are not late, the link up is active throughout the whole week!

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  26. I can sense fall even from here. These are amazing photos. Looking forward to more beautiful shots of the season.

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  27. Beautiful. And the quince always makes me giggle. A few years ago someone told my hubby you can put them in the glovebox of the car and they will make the car smell nice. It made the car smell like rotten fruit. :)

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  28. The beauty of nature, there's nothing better!

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  29. Que precioso bosque, el membrillo es una fruta que aquí no la comemos fresca, es muy duro, se hace el dulce de membrillo que está delicioso.
    Sludos

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  30. great signs of fall...i really love the 3rd photo!

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  31. Autumn is just making an entrance here Mersad. Your nature photographs make me want to wrap up and take a wonder, especially along those woodland paths.
    Apologies for being a little later this week... I've been away exploring too.
    Thanks for hosting and I hope your week is going well.

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