May 26, 2009

Path

The path on the right bank of the Dunajec River.

14 comments:

PAK said...

Wy tam macie prawdziwą rzekę i prawdziwe ścieżki :D Pozazdrościć!

PS.
Oj, będę musiał pokazać nasz "Kanał Sueski".

marieloupe said...

I wonder if Bad Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood passed through here on his way to Granny's house ...

Wolynski said...

Kto przypuszczal, ze Nowy Sacz jest taki ladny. I budynki tez fajne. Ale "tenement" znaczy budynki dla biednych - te na to nie wygladaja.

Zannnie said...

Wow, that's a very interesting perspective of the path! Love to stroll along the river!

It is my first time visiting your blog, but it looks fantastic. I hope you will visit our daily photo site at http://www.budapestdailyphoto.com or http://www.singaporedailyphoto.com. Feel free to leave some comments too!

Zsolt and Zannnie

joo said...

Bardzo piękne drzewa, świetne miejsce na leniwe letnie spacery!
Ja tez lubię Muminki:)
Pozdrawiam.

Juergen Kuehn said...

Wonderful (photo-)walk along this path. Are these beautiful old tree trunks from acacia?
JK

JM said...

So nice!

James said...

Very nice. I've been walking along pathes like this lately, it's great.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello friends m2!
These tree are huge! This scenery reminds me beautiful and romantic films that I love so much...
Léia

m_m said...

@Wolynski - we heard about such meaning of the word 'tenement' but for us it means special kind of buildings (kamienica). When we write 'tenement' we always show a link to wikipedia which explains this word in Polish meaning. This is the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamienica_(architecture)
@Juergen Kuehn - unfortuantely we don't know if there are acacias trees.
Thanks for your comments!

cieldequimper said...

Ah, lovely! And nobody in sight! Great!

Jacob said...

Lovely! Would I be able to ride my bike along this path?

m_m said...

@Jacob - of course, you would be able! Moreover, along the banks of the river there is an embankment where you can also ride a bike - we will show it in the future:)

Vogon Poet said...

I love this place: majestic and quiet!