Monday, October 3, 2022

Summer's End in Lumbarda: In the Pine Forest [Through My Lens Nr. 357]

We continue our last summer story from Korcula in Croatia. In the previous part I showed you our day at the Vela Przina beach. This time we are going into the forest. At the east end of the island, there is a walking path through the forest that leads to a lighthouse on the cliffs. The walk through the forest is  really calming and relaxing. The pine forest the path goes through is very fragrant. It was very windy when we arrived at the east end of the island. The forest ends there and the barren rocks expose the elements. Mak and Beni enjoyed the walk, though Mak needed to be carried all the way since the path doesn't accommodate a stroller. The joys of traveling with babies :)

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  1. I love walking through a forest for the peace and quiet it brings to you and I am sure you had the same experience Mersad. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a great week ahead

  2. I could see that they are pines, but they don't have the triangular shape of most of our various pines--- which, by the way, don't grow as native plants on the wet side of Washington. They like dryer climates. We have lots of firs, cedars, hemlocks, spruce, etc. Lovely pictures, and I say again, Mak looks a lot like his Uncle Mersad!

  3. Love this aerial view for sure. Love the coastline.

  4. Beautiful lush green walkway to the beach. Mak is adorable

  5. Summers end is always a bit sad, but the fall can have some beautiful days as your photos show.

  6. Beautiful place, Loved all clicks

  7. Such a beautiful place. Love these pics.

  8. It really does not like a lovely place for a walk. Thankfully we have gone past the age of carrying toddlers. Enjoy your week, stay safe, and thankyou again for the linkup.

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