Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Pines Hiking 04

Patricia, I and Aita arrived in this beautiful grassy track, from where we could see the whole pines forest on the left side of photo. And how’s Aita? She disappeared, but we were not worry about that, since we know that she always can find us. We continued walking ahead to the west, following this track. We knew that we’d arrive at more dense forest.

7 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

The smells of the pink forest should be heavenly. I worked one summer as a cowboy in Show Low, Arizona and we had a pine and spruce tree forest all around us and the smells from those trees are wonderful.

I love your photographs, Harry.

Abraham Lincoln
—Brookville Daily Photo.

Steve Buser said...

You are really getting into the hinter land here.

Ms. Hays said...

I really like your photos too, I scrolled through your pages and found your photographs very creative and insightful! Thanks for sharing them w/ all of us!

I don't know if you read the top of my page, but your helping me to achieve my goal through your photos!

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Dusty Lens said...

Always a pleasure to walk in the forest. Aita seems to enjoy hiking off trail.

ken mac said...

more pooch pics please. :)

babooshka said...

That really is lush there an so wild.

Sarah A said...

This is a lovely pine forest. Is this typical of your part of Indonesia? I'm quite ignorant of the geography of Indonesia. My next door neighbor has a huge pine tree in her yard that is probably 20 years old. Thanks for leaving a comment on my Daily Photo from Rancho Palos Verdes.