For the activity of this Saturday afternoon, there were several options to choose from:
A) To sleep a long nap, as last night my migraine attacked again with more force, so I couldn't sleep.
B) To clean the house, as the condition of the tidiness is getting out of my control.
C) To practice the piano...
D) To take a longer walk.
Thinking about my hypothetical readers of this report, who may get lost in a bunch of other posts and accidentally open this one, I couldn't let myself run out of content. Because who would like to read a house cleaning diary? I wouldn't, for sure.
And honestly, I’m not so creative as to make a good post out of one window shutter image if there were no possibility for a walk. Kudos to them, really. So I chose the letter D, go for a walk, enjoy it and at the same time take some photos that would evoke this beauty. No, not sea again. This time, as you can already see, we are in the midle of the orange plantations.
I have to admit that this is a great area to live. On the one hand, I am on the sea shore in three minutes of walking. On the other hand, in 10 to 15 minutes of walking I can find myself in a rural area surrounded by birds chirping and all those oranges.
The season is almost here. Some trees already have more ripe fruits, others still need about a month.
All in all, they make a nice landscape.
However, the season of the figs is gone. But, I have found one fig left in this tree. Lucky one who will consume it.
At the end of our walk, the sun greeted us through the clouds, going to some other places to bring light.
Thank you for accompanying me on this rural walk.