The afternoon was still relaxing after the rain as we made the entrance into the woods. A narrow path greeted us in the beginning and it was about to lead us all the way to the other side. It's not a very long walk, but the sights are plenty nevertheless. 

The countryside here will change soon, since a big highway is about to be built in the near vicinity. I am not quite sure what will stay and what will go, but I will try to document the change through images once it happens.

This is a multi-part series:
Part One: A Family Outing
Part Two: The Path through the Woods

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We stopped for some portraits. I love this little stone fence. On the other side of the fence there are many fruit trees and other walking paths.

On the opposite side of the fence you can peek through the trees and get a clear sight of the fields which we walked on in part one.

I like the little drops of water ready to fall off the fruit.

The others were catching up to us.

We finally made it out of the woods and back to the country road, that would take us back where we started this small adventure.

In the end Beni needed to be carried as well, since the long walk took most of his energy away.

These three shots of Merjem were taken in the garden of the old family house, where my father grew up in. She loves to pose for photos, and is a real character.

Beni cooled down. ;)

Thanks for visiting. I hope you enjoyed these rural views of the countryside of Bivolje Brdo. 

Next up on this blog is a massive multi-part series from our vacation to Sibenik in Croatia. Part One will be up this Friday.
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