-Belki sana kimse kim olduğunu söylemedi.Ama sen kim olduğunu seçimlerinle belirleyebilirsin :) -Kendini affedebilir, geçmişi azat edebilirsin 😉
-Şimdi başlayabilir,derin bir nefes alarak kendine hükmedebilirsin 😌
-Kendi hayatının bugüne kadar hüzünlü safhalarını doldurduğunu fark edip,şu andan itibaren yeni bir başlangıç yapabilirsin 🙏🏻😉 .
Foggy evening. The fog changed the scenery so fast that I had some problems to keep pace. But that’s landscape photography and that‘s why I love it. For a long time nothing happens and suddenly everything changes, sometimes only for a few minutes. Be prepared to do strange things within seconds!
Today I hiked up from Grindelwald to Kleine Scheidegg on 2.061m in total fog. It was wet, freezing and lonely. It's easy getting lost in this weather. You couldn't see further than 10m at all times. I changed a first layer of clothes in an abandoned skilift station, where I tried to warm back up in a men's bathroom. I had lunch around the same time. Just before that I was chased up a hill by a mother cow. Good times. This morning I got up at 6 for sunrise. No sunrise, just clouds. Until I reached the summit I saw a total of 2 people. An old English couple, heaven-sent. I meant to go up to Bachalpsee yesterday already, but it was too foggy. Same thing this morning. Instead I climbed a construction site to get up this hill instead. Currently I'm debating whether I should wait a bit longer to see if there'll be a view later on, but I honestly don't think so. It's a bit of a bummer, to end the long distance hike this way, but I'm also happy. Happy to be healthy and hiking in Switzerland. It's an absolute privilege. And I'm happy to see the other side of the mountains too. The side that's nature, unpredictable and harsh. There's no sun without the rain, and not all days are a Swiss fairytale. Some are just Swiss. In all seriousness, I grew a wisdom tooth hiking the Via Alpina. It's kinda hilarious.
The Alpine region of Switzerland, conventionally referred to as the Swiss Alps, represents a major natural feature of the country and is, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura Mountains, one of its three main physiographic regions.