“What a strange thing! To be alive
beneath cherry blossoms.”
Kobayashi Issa, Poems
There are several days every year, when Edinburgh turns into a pink fairytale.
All thanks to Sakura trees, blooming in many places in the city. You can hide in their shadow, waiting for a bus at the main street. You can look for them in some hidden corners of different disctricts or go for an enchanting walk along cherry alleys at the Meadows.
Continue reading ➞ Cherry blossoms fairytale in Edinburgh
Into the woods you have to grope, but that’s the way you learn to cope.
Into the woods to find there’s hope of getting through the journey.
Into The Woods musical
How about a wee walk into one of the most enchanting places I’ve discovered recently?
A long and winding path ahead of us, leading among tall twisted trees, in the company of a babbling brook and the fresh scent of wild garlic. Sounds like a pretty nice adventure, doesn’t it?
Continue reading ➞ Folk walk at The Hermitage of Braid
“As darkness falls and the fire torches are lit, our drums will thunder and the May Queen will awaken.”
From the description of Beltane Fire Festival 2018
Come with me to the ancient times, to celebrate the festive of light and fire, nature and life!
We’ll go along with the May Queen, to meet all the strangest creatures from myths and legends. We’ll see the Green Man being reborn and then we’ll dance around Beltane bonfire, joyfully celebrating the coming of Summer!
Continue reading ➞ Beltane Fire Festival in Edinburgh!
“Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems.”
Rainer Maria Rilke
Spring has come – time of wonders, inspiration and new chances!
If you follow my Instagram, you already know that spring is my favourite time of the year (along with autumn, but more about that another time). I don’t know how it works, but spring always makes me feel so refreshed and happy! It’s like coming back to life after long winter hibernation.
Continue reading ➞ 10 things I love about spring
A short photo story about some nice discoveries
25 February was almost like the first day of spring to me, although not long after that winter has come again to Scotland (more about that here). That day I decided to go for a walk in search of snowdrops and had really magical time, wandering along Water of Leith.
Continue reading ➞ Magical walk in search of snowdrops