Ferchensee

I go to books and to nature as the bee goes to a flower, for a nectar that I can make into my own honey.

 – John Burroughs

Nature is probably the perfect muse – you’d believe me if you’d heard the silence hanging over this lake or if you’d size up the gentle majesty of the peaks surrounding it. I don’t have anything more to say, quite honestly – hope the pictures say all that can be said.

Hiking through the woods towards Ferchensee. (May 2015)

Hiking through the woods towards Ferchensee. (May 2015)

Memorials or shrines like these dot the hiking trail. (May 2015)

Memorials or shrines like these dot the hiking trail. (May 2015)

A small rivulet flowing towards the lake...wandering through the countryside. (May 2015)

A small rivulet flowing towards the lake…wandering through the countryside. (May 2015)

The first view of the Ferchensee surrounded by the woods and peaks. (May 2015)

The first view of the Ferchensee surrounded by the woods and peaks. (May 2015)

A lonely shack on the Ferchensee. (May 2015)

A lonely shack on the Ferchensee. (May 2015)

The reflection in the still waters of the lake creating a special effect. (May 2015)

The reflection in the still waters of the lake creating a special effect. (May 2015)

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5 replies »

  1. Nature has been my retreat at all times and it’s a treat for sore eyes to see your work, Paritosh. Lovely reflections, the last one is a gem.
    Best regards from the North,
    Dina & co

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