Another post on nature appreciation. Spring is almost here.. Everything lives in cycles. Growth often happens unseen. Sending much love to you.
With Valentine’s day just around the corner – and it’s own interesting links to Greek (geek!) mythology – let us delve into the world of roses. Rose Facts Did you know: The oldest rose fossils are at least 35 million years old? (found in Colorado) The oldest still living rose (bush) is the ‘thousand-year-rose’ of Hildesheim (‘home… Read More The oldest Rose
When nothing is taken for granted.. We’ll grow to appreciate. Love. Nature. Life. From our walk in Hürtgenwald. Hang in there. And feel free to reach out if you can use a virtual ear.
Sunshine, crisp air and fresh green leaves – it felt almost like a springtime walk. January 2020 – Wurmtal walking route A1. Enjoy!
We went out to the woods for a mini-shoot in the forest today (in order to prepare for this summer’s MoveSpiration weekend) and.. It was fun. It was hard. It was chilly. I struggled. It took us nearly till the end of the walk (and the last drops of sunshine!) to get me to relax.… Read More Forest Fotoshooting
Every time we (re)visit our beloved Eschweiler wald, we discover nee things, and rediscover familiar ones. Even though it is the ‘same’ place. It changes. We change. We never walk in the same forest twice, we never walk the same path twice. How have you changed during this year? What has been changed for you?
Happy New Year, you! We were able to catch the last rays of sunshine of 2019 over here in Eschweiler Wald. Here’s to: ending (and beginning) our year in full swing staying in motion keeping a sense of adventure ever learning, spending time with loved ones and in nature as much as we can taking… Read More Happy New Year!
Today’s walk with Mr E around Eschweiler’s Blausteinsee First time we walked this round, a pleasant surprise to find it included a bit of woodland. Anyone know what this mushroom is?
So many leaves. Novemberly impressions of Eschweiler Wald – the woodland we visit for a walk at July’s MoveSpiration weekend. What is your favourite season?
One of my favorite ways to spend autumnal walks is to get very close to tall trees, and look up. It helps me feel grounded and ‘light’ at the same time. Rooting down, standing tall, reaching up. Letting go in order to grow. Works in dance. And in life. As above. So below. And you?… Read More Looking Up