March 17, 2009

Waiting for the spring

You may ask - 'why did you post a photo from outside of the town, a photo from total rathole while this is a city daily blog'?
We should post photos from Nowy Sacz and... we really do it!:) Can you imagine that the place on today's photo is about TWO minutes walking from the very center of Nowy Sacz?:)
In the photo there is the Dunajec River, mountains in the background and the nature which is still waiting for the real spring:) You can also notice the railway bridge over the river (behind the tree in the left side of the photo), which you will see fully in our tomorrow's post:)

12 comments:

nobu said...

Beautiful scenery.
That place is rich in nature.
I can see remainded snow on the mountain in distance.
Those colours of the scenery will change when spring comes.

Juergen Kuehn said...

To get a feeling for a city it is important to to show the surroundings and more, as far as I can see. Townsfolk need Mother Nature so much!
So I find your lovely pre-spring image is well placed.

Fio said...

Ale wam zazdroszczę!

susieofarabia said...

Will you show us a photo of the same area once it's all in bloom? Hard to believe this is in the middle of the town!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

it is good to see the area. I am with Susie of Arabia, it would be nice to see this photo in bloom to compare the seasons.

Bath Daily Photo Blog said...

I am looking forward to seeing the spring / summer in this photo!

Jacob said...

What a dramatic site...and so nearby! I'll bet it is truly gorgeous in the summer!

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joo said...

Chyba wszyscy czekamy na wiosnę,a na górach jeszcze płaty śniegu!!!pozdrawiam:)

Jackie said...

How fantastic to have such a beautiful rural place so close to the city centre!

Per Stromsjo said...

Two minutes, eh? Sounds like a case of fast walking, small town or possibly a slow clock... ;)

m_m said...

^^
...or unique geographical location and layout of the town:)

JM said...

This looks beautiful! Oeiras also has this country look 2 minutes from downtown, I think we both are very lucky! :-)