|Posted by randomesquephoto|
Even with few photos. Still captivating!
Thank you very much - it did afterwards feel even for me like it was worth of some suffering, or should I say: fighting through that jungle.
|Posted by selectedgrub|
Time will heal some wounds.
Thank you very much. And I believe so also. Time is the key.
|Posted by blackhawk|
#Old Times is my favorite.
What a neglected relic.
Chill and collect your thoughts.
Try to avoid making any major changes or decisions for next 6 months or so unless they are survival dictated...
Time lessens the pain and helps to put it back into proportion with living
Thank you very much.
And I suppose I do so. Life goes on, death is obvious part of life and even it feels sad when it hits you, life goes on. World is still beautiful and so on. Slowly memories will fade - I just hope they won't vanish completely (my girlfriend's mother have memory disorder). So life goes on, even with sadness; let's drink to that: cheers!
|Posted by leafloving4x4gal|
I love TREES !! I am a tree hugger
Beautiful captures as always.
May you find peace in your heart regarding your father...it is tough losing a parent...my thoughts Wolf.
Wow, now I've find another who's head is probably made wood instead of bone! It takes often lot of time to remember someone's face, but when I walk on marsh or woods it's often "oh, that is that tree I did see 5 years ago!"
. That might be strange but... who cares.
And thank you very much. I suppose I'm managing quite well already... like memory would be fading already. Not thinking too much, even sadness of course if you let it in you is there. But life goes on. I'm not sure will I open that few weeks ago bought Motörhead whiskey soon, or absinthe bottle that my friend did bring me two weeks ago, but which one it shall be, first shot goes for another tree lover. So cheers it shall be soon!
|Posted by urbansmans|
I have to say that i look forward to your posts so much! But this is now one of my favorites. The red house looks exactly like a place from my childhood and seeing the picture conjured up memories! Nothing to do with exploring but it was an apple farm back when I lived in the UK. From about 20 years ago! Great work as always! Thank you
Wow, this post is really make my saturday evening now! Sounds so extremely strange how something old in Finland can get back into memories with UK... there's magic in that and I really appreciate you sharing it; thank you very, very, very much! But now I have problem. At reply upwards I did wonder opening that whiskey (which is American mede or that absinthe which is Spanish) but then I did notice that hey, I have also Highland Park's Svein left, which obviously goes closer to you, so I must take shot of that too today.