Imagine a hot summer and thousands of honey bees flying around water sources.
Yes, this one of those thousands of honey bees.
Last year I had the chance to explore some hills from Suceava County. This county is around 500 km far away from the place I live. It has many hills, mountains and all sort of things I never seen here.
Fortunately, I was alone during some trips. Why am I saying ‘fortunately’? Because so many times, when you are alone you are able to observe more things than when you have company.
Well, these aren’t houses but a sort of shelters for shepherds and their flocks. I think they aren’t used for several years. But I noticed the grass was cut and this makes me sure that someone is coming there from time to time.
The action of time is evident…
Maybe this post isn’t showing beauty but still, this is a part of life and a part of my country and I think this might be interesting for some people.
I was somewhere, on a peak at 1858 meters altitude (around 6095 ft) and the scenery was just amazing for me.
You see, even if I live in a country which has many mountains (we have 14 peaks over 2500 meters, and about 240 peaks over 2000 meters ) until last year I climbed none. But there is enough time for anything.
The speed of the clouds was fantastic. It was like a dance, small and big clouds, turning all around. I didn’t know what to admire, when to take photos and when to watch.
Unfortunately, I didn’t climbed this mountain only by foot… someone took me and my colleagues and drove us for more than 90% of the way.
It wasn’t great to get there so fast and meet people so tired after climbing for many hours. But sometimes you have some chances and you must be grateful.
And another thing, after I returned to my room, I realized I had no moment for myself. All the time I was in hurry, I was thinking what to capture with my small camera.
And there is a question for myself: when I should take photos and when I should not?
I am still searching an answer but if you have some advice, I would be more than thankful .
On September 14th 2014, I was attending a service at an Orthodox Monastery from Northern Romania. When the service was done, I was ready to leave but I noticed something unusual for me: in the yard of the monastery a man was carrying a massive block of wood. Not carrying a big piece of wood is unusual but those signs on it.
I like to think there are no coincidences and everything happens for a reason.
I am back after a long break. :) Hope all of you are in good health.
I can’t wait to read your posts and see your beautiful images.
Unfortunately, past months (if I am not wrong, past 8 months) I hadn’t enough free time for blogging.
I would like to read your latest posts. If you are one of those fabulous people I already know, be sure I will pay you a visit in the following days. If you are new here then write me a comment and I will more than glad to see your blog.
Nice to be here again!
I have seen many pigeons landing on our barn’s roof for a short while.
Our neighbours have pigeons but they don’t come to us, maybe they have enough place at home.
Yesterday I noticed a very nice pigeon standing on the roof. Perhaps it was thirsty or hungry, I have no idea. I tried to get close to it and managed a way to take a few photographs.
I really like its eyes.
The Brambling (Fringilla montifringilla) it’s a small bird very similar to Common Chaffinch(Fringilla coelebs). Both are similar in size and shape. Brambling has yellow bill, orange breast and some dark spots.
It breeds in wooded areas of northern Europe and Asia and, as a migratory bird, visit our country only in winter.
Its diet consists in seeds.
What’s very interesting about these small birds it’s that they argue for food, sometimes they can be very, very noisy.
Another bird from bunting family Emberizidae. This bunting is a bit larger than Yellowhammer.
Its diet consists of insects(for young birds) and seeds.
It breeds on the ground, its nest is made from grass. Loves open areas, especially those with small trees.
During winter I see small flocks of Yellowhammers and Corn Buntings.
In the photo above you see a Corn Bunting trying to eat a wheat seed.