Tatras National Park
In some places, spring waking up mode in nature takes a little bit longer than in others. This is certainly a case of Tatras National Park, where springtime hits these parts of land sometimes as late as the end of May. Despite not so shy-blazing sunshine gently tickling the air, snow still proudly covers peaks of the mountains and doesn’t want to let go, but once all snow melts, mountain springs will bring life into the rest of valleys. The greens will begin spiking out and the smell of freshly blooming flowers from the surrounding trees and bushes will set the end of winter and roll out hope for life coming into sight.
11 thoughts on “Tatras National Park”
Thank you kindly Lisa 🙂 Lovely to meet you. I am very lucky to be surrounded with a great community with a passion for nature and photography 🙂
Many thanks 🙂
Lovely to meet you Jozef. We share the same passions for nature and documentary photography. A beautiful submission for this week’s photo challenge
Thank you kindly. I feel humbled by your feedback. Much appreciated. 🙂
I also liked your wonderful way with words. 😊
Thanks thiedeann for your comment. Indeed, spring is the most important season of the year as it brings the nature back to life after a long hibernation time. 🙂
I see a touch of green! Imagine that area appreciates spring even more!
Hi Maggie, thanks for your lovely comment. 🙂
So maybe it’s NOT so easy being green there yet. Lovely photos.