#KBFWalk: Early Autumn at the LCA Altonaer Volkspark

KBFWalk-Frühherbst im LSG Altonaer Volkspark 00 © Stefanie Neumann - Kokopelli Bee Free - All Rights Reserved.

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At the beginning of this month Kim and I took a walk at the nearby landscape conservation area Altonaer Volkspark in Hamburg’s West.  It was a pretty, nearly still summery day, yet, also the first signs of Autumn were noticeable.

On the way to the park we already saw the first signs of transition from late Summer to early Autumn.

Having arrived at the park, the old oak tree greeted us on the big meadow, standing against a blue sky as the sun warmed our backs.

Although the leaves on the trees were still green (except on the red beeches where they were dark red) we already could see how the Autumn colours began to slowly emerge on the sunlit trees and shrubs.

In the sunshine everything looked wonderfully peaceful and storm Sebastian had still left most of the leaves on the trees, however, it was noticeable from the large puddles on the meadow that we recently had experienced a lot of weather.

It had something meditative to watch how the first colourful leaves were slowly dancing to the ground…

…while the light had something magical…

…and a fresh, earthy Autumn fragrance was slowly mixing into the late Summer breeze.

And coinciding with the Mabon, the festival on the Wheel of the Year that is celebrated in September and whose colour is blue, we still found one of the last blossoming cichoriums.

Naturally, there also are some moving pictures from the walk, again.  Perhaps some of you have already seen it in my Mabon-Newsletter .  For all the others and those who would like to come along one more time on our walk I am also showing it here, now:

How are you experiencing the changing of the seasons, this year?

Are you ready to shine a bright light of awareness on the path of beingness, today?

Much Love,
Steffi

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