On September 23rd, the equinox day, we entered astronomical fall. It is striking that the length of the days decreases very rapidly this time then slows down until the winter solstice. Although it is almost summer heat during the day, the nights are already cool.
At the beginning of this week we camped again in the wild under a protective roof built for horses at Királykút, near Felsőörs, in the Balaton Highlands. The place has a spring and a small, crystal-clear stream with tiny aquatic insects and frogs. We did not dare to drink directly from the spring water because the spout was below the water level. But it was good enough to bath, and then to drink hot tea in the morning.
It's a wonderful place where fairies live
Mushrooms, growing from wooden table
The well, used to water horses
The protective roof with our tent: