The autumn is coming to the Czech Republic. Today we probably had one of the very last warm days of this year. I went out and made some photos. I wanted to prove you that autumn is not depressive part of the year. In the contrary, it is very colourful and beautiful. If you don’t believe me, look at the photos.
I believe we have very beautiful nature in the Czech Republic and I really enjoy spending time there. Last Sunday, I went for a walk through The Valley of the Manětín Brook. This brook is named after my hometown Manětín.
It seems that the winter is going to end now, the snow is already melting. We had almost no snow in last three years, so I feel that this winter is somehow special. I decided to take some photos to archive this scenery and share them on my blog. I hope it will be interesting for you too.
The first one is kind of a “historical” photo. We have a very nice system of tourist footpaths in the Czech Republic. We use four colors (red, blue, green and yellow) to mark the tourist footpaths. The marks are quite close to each other so its very had to loose it or even to get lost. It’s also inspectional on maps. One these two photos you can see remains of no longer existing blue path. This path was on a left side of the brook and a new red one is on its right side.