On the way: somewhere in southern Poland
And again, a long break from blogging despite the best intentions. My son @ggenos, who started an adventure with Hive two weeks ago, replaced me - my publicist activity was limited to reblogging his posts. He grew up with our blockchain last four and a half years (I started posting on Steem with a different account), and finally, he decided to join. I'm rooting for him.
Because of heat, sitting at the computer any longer than necessary is hard. As a result, I have more and more photos from walks and short trips, but I lack the energy to publish them :) I could leave it for long winter evenings, but I prefer to post regularly when my impressions are still fresh.
Today I want to share some photos from the trip with my friend a week ago. Or rather, these are pics from an unplanned stop on the road. During trips outside the city, we often use less traveled local roads to enjoy the idyllic views. Thanks to this, we get to such places:
"Somewhere in southern Poland" 😉
A vast field of sunflowers grew right by the road, and it was fun watching most of the cars slow down and some stop at the side of the road. People are still sensitive to the beauty of nature.
The undoubted advantage of traveling with your car is that you can stop whenever you feel like it. Sometimes the road itself overshadows the destination. I love being on the move; the goal isn't that important.
As you can guess, we spent much time in the sunflower field.
The sunflowers had only begun to bloom, and many of the flowers were still closed. I like them as much as the fully flowering ones. They look so delicate, covered with downy hair.
After the sunflower session, we walked shortly around the area, among the grain fields.
We looked at the mountains for a moment. With better air transparency, you can see the Tatra Mountains. On that day, they were barely visible on the horizon, and you cannot see them in the photo.
Despite the long stop, we reached our destination on time. It's not always the case. Sometimes we make so many stops along the way that, as a result, we don't have enough time for the planned walk. It's our way of travel :)