This is the continuation of the walk I posted yesterday.
We go on boldly. There's a lot more to see.
Don't wait too long. My guide is already far ahead.
Meanwhile, I let my eyes wander along the trees. After all, I'm in a forest.
We go from high to low.
Teary Fringe Hat is the beautiful name.
Left and right shoot mushrooms like mushrooms out of the ground.
We mushy a little further.
We leave the autumn feeling behind for a while and take adackoo floweron the grain.
And then a very sweet dewy feather that is almost carelessly parked between the grass.
Some faded thistles almost stick out my eyes.
But what do I see there? - Hidden? Hidden? In sleep?
I'll run into my nephew again.
He seems to have dug a trap for himself.
I skip on and ahaybugshows itself in the grass.
We are approaching the end because far in the distance I see a sign that will block us from access.
Secretly we go a little further.
We'll find the deck path again.
Acheckerboard flylands at my feet. He seems to be saying, until here and no further.
A little further on, we see why.
We turn around. Along the way I see anothergreen shield bug.
And aalderwho has given itself to an alder leaf.
In a dark bush, I suddenly lost my young forest runner.
He knows how to blend in perfectly with his surroundings.
Before I call him back, but I'll get a picture of a headbanging crossspider.
It won't be long before I get the storks back in sight.
Fortunately, I know how to get them closer.
They look beautiful.
One of them even seems to be doing a little dance.
At that moment my impatient nephew (like a scarecrow) runs past me and the storks seek a safe passage.
I follow my nephew further down the path.
I get a tip of a summer veil when I'm aday-peacockin the sand.
Then we get ready to go back into the jungle.
The path leads us to a dark tunnel.
It's going fast now.
Before I reach my bike I take a look around.
I'm telling myself to come back later this year.
Hopefully with more water features.