fantastic spring there on your shots Yatsek
Yep, a real sea of green - soothing. A bit like Ireland? Or not cloudy enough?
Ireland ? please... definetely not cloudy enough, you won't find such forests here and so on... It's so great I haven't left the house for the whole weekend, so feel lucky to have our mountains just stone's throw away from yourself!
Man, you can't imagine how much I dream of going hiking to some Carpathian ranges nowadays...
Cheers from Dublin
Cheer up Tomek! Time and distance are relative. A thousand miles for a falcon can be less than a stone's throw for a lame grasshopper. Especially if the falcon can relax on the plane :)
to be anything BUT the Carpathians!
Its hard to make a comparison, when the object being compared is etched into your mind; like a traumatic event you'd like to cast out of your mind and deposit into a clear blue mountain lake.
This is a green scene that should be heard
as well as seen, because it sends a unique
message to us all - that of peace & tranquility !
LOL What a dry comment!
BTW Isn't it about time Larry of AZ published a volume of blood-red poetry? :)
Sorry - I was blessed with a very large
amount of "dry humor." : ))
No need to be sorry, Larry, your dry red humor matches these green Dry Mts perfectly :)))
Francois Boucher: Nature is too green and badly lit.
That's a good one :)
Why (on God's Green Earth) do they call them
the "Dry Mountains ???"
A good question, thanks for asking, Larry. They're of old, hard, quite impermeable volcanic rock, which results in steep slopes and dry valleys. You just can't find a decent spring with drinkable water in these mts although there is a little mud along the way. Still they're really as green as in the pix, the reason – besides the annual rainfall of up to 0.9m – is probably the snow lasting relatively long.