The fat of the land

The fat of the land
Hello there! :nekopaw:
I just wanted to share some pretty nature shots with you guys… :bling:
It hasn’t been much of a summer so far this year instead it has been hailing and raining too often! The meadows are green and the lakes and rivers refilled but it keeps raining nevertheless. I wonder if it’s the same where you live? Of course it isn’t.. am I right? :hm:
At least if you’re not living in a tropical zone..

Poppies are my favourite flowers :on: I’ve liked them ever since I was a kid.

I will be studying during the coming weeks so it doesn’t really matter anyway. And I guess since we’re only at the beginning of July it’s to early to judge.. Are you enjoying summer to the fullest?! What are your plans for the holidays? I wanted to go to Japan but since I will only have two weeks at the end of August I’m not sure whether it’s worth it. Of course if you have money to spare it’s no question haha.. :catexclam: But I’m definitely broke at the moment.


Have you ever wondered why poppies and other wild flowers are called Pioneer species? It’s because they’re the first to colonize previously disrupted or damaged ecosystems. Wild flowers are so pretty don’t you think? :aiyo:

The hail was so cold! way colder than icecubes.. my hands were burning afterwards! :bang:

It’s probably nothing compared to what you see in the US or elsewhere but for Europe it’s quite big. I’ve seen pictuers of much bigger hail in the newspaper though. Mine were already a little melted…
What do you guys want to see next? I have an outfit and a Bento to post.. haha I shouldn’t even ask you since I know that you’re all waiting for my next Bento :jupp:
Stay tuned Lovlies :ii:

byebye,

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  1. Here it rained a lot late in the season and may wasn’t beautiful as it normally is, but the weathere recovered in june and now almost everyday is sunny. But today the sky is grey and probably we’ll have rain next week.
    I love your photos! I like poppy a lot too.
    My big summer project was Mexico, now I’ll spend all July’s weekend an half of august in Liguria, first at my bf’s and after at my granny’s. I hope to do more, but we’ll see.

    • Thank you Piperita :whistle:
      Oh, where are staying in Liguria? Do you know Celle Ligure? It’s really close to Savona… my grandparents live there :nyan:
      I’m enjoying your information and pictures of Mexico so much!

  2. Wah, those hailstones are so big! :O Hope nothing got broken by them! And goodness, I learned about pioneer species in university (conservation biology was one of the things I enjoyed most in my course) :)

    I’m not sure where I’ll travel next…I’m thinking either Turkey or Morocco (and of course, I’m dying to go back to Japan already, bringing my boyfriend this time)!

    • I hope so too!! I almost started to cry when I thought about the birds and animals in the forest but then I remembered that they’re probably used to such things and knew about this in advance.. so the probably found a shelter somewhere.
      I’ve never been to Turkey but I will one day! Morocco is beautiful!! I can recommend it :ii:

  3. :nyanyan: such amazing photos! I agree, two weeks is just not enough for a trip to Japan! But if you have the money, why not? haha But I guess we’re all not as lucky to have the luxury to do that. But I guess working hard and saving for a longer trip would be more rewarding :ii:

    At first I thought the ice where giant teeth! haha :flyusagi: I can’t wait to see your bento!

    • I’m happy you think so too.. that makes my decision not to go a lot easier :D I thought about giant teeth too when I looked at the picture!

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