Hello , hello dear readers!!!!!!
I’m so very happy to be back to my little blog after a long absence. I was so very much looking forward to returning, but that was not possible due to ‘technical issues’.
So , this morning I woke up with my heart feeling the thrill of the anticipation of yet another photo shooting trip to show and share with you my world.
I was attracted by the green substance on the bark of these almond trees which apparently – as I was told – is a fungus which thrives on these trees and finally destroys them! I don’t know if this is actually the case , but in any matter, I hope the trees make it and the vibrant yellow embellishment is just an eye - catching feature that makes the naked trees stand out and look extraordinarily beautiful!
We walked around for about two hours and the little one was happy with this exploration of the ‘vast wilderness’ , he was sweating , falling down and getting up again determined to seize this day of freedom, outside the house and with so many things to see and touch.
Oh , it was really hot under the strong sun, but this was my ally in this photographing ‘quest’, as the contrast between light and shade was magnificent and all the browns, amber, ochre and multiple shades of green, stood out boldly.
I noticed the trees when processing the pictures and was amazed at the powerful impression they create. They have enormous trunks, yet they are slim and strong in a lofty way , being aware of their victory over time , standing there for tens of years , letting things and people change around them, still they remain there, seemingly ageless…
Thank you for visiting my blog dear friends,
I wish you all a lovely new week with only positive things happening to you.