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The Colors of Life

… that I miss a lot. Among tons of excitement life in London has to offer, its parks and gardens are things that I treasure so dearly (it is one of two best things in London). Especially when the leaves change colors during the most beautiful season of the year.

It was a period of life when I captured the same views for ten times in every corner. Sat on the bench while watching people, lay down on the grass while looking at the beautiful sky. Walked slowly around the quiet garden admiring my shoes, counting my steps, and taking some shadow selfies. Listened to my loud mind asking random things that I didn’t bother to answer. The period when I felt such enormous gratitude inside.

The period that I remembered telling myself often,“when life is on the low, remember that it was once this high and glow”.

It was one of the periods when life was the most beautiful and the heart was indeed beyond full.

Kew Gardens
Kyoto Garden
Southwark Park
Brockwell Park
Hyde Park

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2 thoughts on “The Colors of Life

  1. Love those colours! Fall is also my fav season back when I still went to uni. Everything looks pretty, weather feels great. Also the start of a new academic year – so it’s like a whole invitation to start anew 🙂

    1. Yes, it is. At first, I thought it would be hard to go to school/uni with that kind of temperature and wondered why they didnt start on Summer. when I experienced the real summer, then I (might) understood. It is harder to go (sent and picked up my daughter actually) to school when it’s hot than when it is freezing cold☺️

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