Tyresta nature reserve -wilderness without human involvement
I went hiking in Tyresta nature reserve, it was almost magic. I must say that we really was hit by the beauty of wilderness during our hike. In Tyresta Nationalpark we found 400 year old pine trees. Really cool and beautiful.
Dead tree in all its beauty, giving life to lots of insects:
We passed lakes and small ponds, also there was lots of wetland:
Amazing view in the old forest:
A magic place for lunch break! I had some ducks as company. They later became really interested in my food:
If you love outdoors life and hiking and are thinking about visiting Sweden: Tyresta is a nice place with total 50 km hiking trails. You can find simple walking paths to some harder “climbing”. The landscaper is variated with many wonderful views.
Aaah, summer morning… And a sunny morning too. This is my favourite condition above all, to wake up and the sun is shining. To be able to just get my clothes on, grab my camera and go out for a walk.
Warm morning sun, my soul is calming down and I enjoy every step I take.
Just like my soul, also the water is calm. I can see every detail from the surroundings, reflecting in the water. The sea is blue with small clouds on the surface. Once again I get fascinated about how great artist nature is.
See more morning photos by the sea: Another early morning by the sea.
Today it was the first sunny day, in several days. We went to Nynäs nature reserve for some hiking. I return here every year but it is always amazing. I always like the stunning view, climbing up a small mountain. Our walk began at the castle and we walked past a bed and breakfast. We arrived at the lake and started climbing. It is a rather small mountain so we where done quickly.
Beginning beside the castle:
We passed a small spring:
Many people visit the Bed and Breakfast every year, beside the house is the lake, a bridge and a small boat:
We had climbed all the way up the mountain and got a great view over the Bed and Breakfast, a wonderful old house:
On our way back, we returned to the castle:
When you visit Nynäs you can also go inside the castle and look at the exhibition, there is also a great restaurant and a garden shop with plants.
If you prefer to go for a longer hike, there is a great path of Sörmlandsleden that is about 30 km, you can start by Nynäs Castle. We walked that path last year and had one overnight in our tent. I promise you a wonderful experience and great nature all the way:-)
To read more about Nynäs, the castle and the surrounding area please visit nynasslott.se
Several times yearly I go to Norrköping for a walk in the magic landscape of old textile industries. There I find a mixture of old buildings, waterfalls and artistic galleries, museums and bars. A paradise if you love to take photos, many cool views there!
First photo is like a fairytale, roses in front of a building:
As my walk continues I find so much to watch and enjoy, small details and large views:
Another angle of this huge waterfall:
This small tree by the water was so beautiful and made such a great contrast to the grey wall:
A man was building a new walk path beside the old houses, I can’t wait to walk over there:
A really cool bar, unfortunately not open at the moment I passed:
I end up with a tower like building that are heading for the clouds:
Thanks for reading and watching my photos, I hope you enjoyed!
Today I took some time to refuel in the middle of the day. It’s hard staying inside studying all day when the sun is shining outside.
I went for a few hours walk in my town and looked at the miracle of spring. I experienced so much beauty. It’s good to look at familiar things from a strangers perspective.
I walked by the small river and passed the castle, which is from around year 1300… The sky was incredible blue, I love when the sky is blue! I passed small houses, water and flowers, a great path to walk.
By the way, I took some photos on my walk and I hope you can see some of the beauty in my small home town:-)
This weekend was amazing, first days of spring with sun and a stunning blue sky. We went out for a short hike, for some time in the sun and to eat some food outdoors.
We had a really wonderful weekend out there in the sun, with small projects like making a fire and cooking lunch:-) Hot chocolate is a must for my familiy on such hiking trip.
After lunch we went looking at the amazing views around the lake. This lake is called Nävsjön and is a great place to visit all year. There were people out on the lake, fishing, I would not have gone out on the ice, but I guess they knew what they where doing.
Reflecting sun, slowly melting the ice.
The ice is melting fast and I wonder how long it is possible to sit on the ice for fishing.
Nature is a great artist, I think the color mix is stunning and spot on or what do you think?
As a person who loves to hike, I have walked many roads:) I walk in the forest, by the sea in the archipelago. I walk in mountains and in cities and it’s always exciting to find out what’s around the corner.
Cities are fascinating. There is always some kind of surprises and they hold a lot of different environments: houses, parks, shops, streets, water and so on. My interpretation of this weeks WordPress Photo Challenge brings me back to Stockholm and a trip to the south part of the city. On this walk I found small gardens with sunflowers:
Suddenly when I looked up, I saw a clear blue sky and some wonderful old houses, reaching for the sky.
I continued my walk on a narrow path and came back to city streets, and the view was amazing. I strolled down the street and continued my walk down the road taken.
There is so much beauty in this world to enjoy and share. I can't get enough of admiring photos from all corners of the world. This blog is my contribution to this great treasure.
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