Wednesay walk to the Gabrovnica River
It's #wednesdaywalk again, and today I'd like to share my walk to the Gabrovnica River. I have told you about it another time, because it is located near the home of my mother, who lives in a village called Dolno Sakhrane in the center of the Rose Valley. I decided to walk there again despite the slightly rainy, gloomy and cold weather..
I went along the familiar path again and took some random shots.. I haven't seen the river so full in a while but I think that's normal for this time of the year..
I had a lot of fun photographing the stones..they looked so colorful against this gloomy and cold weather hahahaha
On the way back, I noticed something terrible, I didn't manage to take a good photo, but I think everyone would get an idea of what is happening there one kilometer from my walk on the Gabrovnitsa river.. This, my friends, is one of the biggest polluters in Bulgaria - the Kastamonu wood processing plant, which is located in the center of the neighboring village of Gorno Sakhrane and is currently trying to increase the production of resins, which emits...formaldehyde! Tons of chemicals are known to be dumped directly into the river, not to mention the air.. And the most shameful thing is that the project in question has been approved by the state institutions! There is a big battle ahead, in which I plan to join 🤛
May the whole universe help us 🙏
Thank you for your support and stay healthy 😊
Till next time 👈
This post is part of #wednesdaywalk - an initiative of @tattoodjay collaborating with #MakeMeSmile challenge hosted by @elizacheng.
even though rainy and gloomy it looks so beautiful
Thanks for joining the Wednesday, its always fun for me to visit the walks from all around the world, getting a feel for communities where people live and what they see on their daily walks
Thank you @tattoodjay 😊
Thanks to use cleanplanet tag !
I can see no trash on your very great photo , it's cool !
I think it was relaxing walk
Yes, it was good walk. There was a lot to clean up (I honestly didn't expect there to be), but I didn't carry sacks or a bag at least. But I have set this as a task for the next time 😉