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Nationalpark Eifel – sparrows with parking spots, geese, water, woods, pebbles … impressions of a wonderful day
After a couple of days offline due to changing wireless contracts – having a little “grrrr” because I could not finish the August Break online… I am back on with fast Internet and quite a few new photos and ideas as well.
The two photos you see here are the first 2 of about 40 of yesterday’s daytrip to the Nationalpark Eifel (just 35 car minutes from my home) – and this time
my Memory Card in the camera!
It was a blissful day from beginning to ending and I made a promise to myself that I will go there more often and get to know the area better.. it’s so wonderful to spend all day in this beautiful nature and close to the water.
So – as no slowmotion Internet stick is keeping me from continuing the Blogging: expect to see more photos, especially the very overdue leftover photos of The August Break!
- Carpe diem and don’t forget your memory card 🙂 (theartoflivingintheverymoment.wordpress.com)
Today, very spontaneously, I decided I needed some “me-time” at a lake, the Rursee in the beautiful Nationalpark Eifel, about 35 kilometres from my place. The village I went to is also part of the Wilderness Trail, which does require some hiking experience, honestly a bit more than I have to offer at the Moment. Nevertheless. Nature’s Beauty galore.
Gooodness had I amazing sights to take photos of.
If only I had checked whether or not there is the memory card in my camera!!!! But I didn’t fret, as I decided that this is a perfect excuse to come back with camera soon.
Here is a list of animals I saw within just 3 hours:
a mama fox with a young fox
a robin, not very shy, asking for the crumbs of my Sandwich 🙂
I noticed that I hiked on a route which was eplicitly marked as “natural education trail”, which means, there were lots of wooden signs at trees which taught you about the trees. Those signs were so beautiful that only for this it is already worth coming back with camera AND Memory Card 😉 …well, I’ll Keep you posted! I did take some mental Pictures and did my best to mindfully be and stay in the Moment.
lesson learned: why don’t I do this kind of Thing more often? From now on, I will!