1. I love it.
    I want to lie there.
    Stop against a tree.
    Dream for a while.
    Let myself be rocked.
    By the light and the air.
    The black and white
    silvers it.

    • Nice words! πŸ˜ƒ These trails are mainly used by wild animals. Thanks Caroline! βœ‹

  2. Lovely feeling you captured here again Harrie β˜ΊοΈπŸ€“ feels like alberta to me πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

    • Thanks Hedy. This looks like a lot of nature; but you realy have to try hard not to end up in between farms, meadows and milk-cows within 15 minutes.. It’s too crowded overhere; hope that’s better in Alberta. βœ‹

      • Yes we do have endless land…and like all places these days…problems in our own backyard πŸ€“πŸ˜Œ

  3. I like this, Harrie. Its rather different to others you’ve done recently, less striking, but with a very real organic and living feel. Yes, I can imagine that the Netherlands are overcrowded, I think your population is even greater that ours’, and certainly we’re crowded here, at least in the south. The Somerset Levels give me some respite from this, but I miss the great open spaces of Kenya, and of Oman too. Good picture! A πŸ™‚

    • Thanks Adrian. We don’t have any primeval forest anymore in the Netherlands. Everything is under control. That’s why I love to be in the North of Spain, where I can walk and walk for hours without seeing a single person. I can imagine that you miss Africa. Let’s have a Duvel… πŸ™‚

      • Yes, absolutely, the best idea is certainly to have one – or several! – Duvels!!! πŸ™‚

  4. Lena said:

    Kind of mysterious path, it almost looks like it is a bit foggy. I would love to stroll there!

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