The Moravian Tuscany region of the Czech Republic is known for its rolling hills, picturesque vineyards, and charming countryside. In the late summer months, the landscape comes alive with vibrant shades of green and gold, as the fields and trees sway gently in the breeze. It's a beautiful time to visit the region, and the author of this text recently had the chance to take some photos of the stunning scenery.
Exploring abandoned quarries is a fascinating way to witness the power of nature to reclaim land that was once used for human purposes. In the Brno area, there are several quarries that have been left to nature. It is intriguing to observe the paths and patterns created by the movement of people and machines in the past, now softened and blurred by the overgrowth of vegetation.
Exploring new and unfamiliar places is always an exciting adventure, and during my most recent outing, I stumbled upon a stunning landscape featuring a solitary tree. My original intention was to find a ruined castle to photograph, but after an unsuccessful search, I decided to venture further into the area.
Imagine Fallow-deer watching you fem metres from the Sunbeams passing through the trees, Cut tree branches and lying trunks in the forest. All this you can enjoy, if visiting Holedna Park in Brno. If you need to relax, where would you go to? Probably to a quiet place. If I want to relax I prefer walking in the woods, forest, and breathe fresh air trying to avoid any living humans.