This morning I thought it’d be nice to revisit summer … or imagine a future summer – so today’s theme is:
a walk in the summer
The Trentino part of Lake Garda, where I live isn’t very wide. It’s the smallest length of the lake in fact. Well-known to the German and Austriansurfers for the afternoon wind called the “ora” that comes up from the south they flock to the area from the beginning of May on into September. In the morning the wind is all but absent, or perhaps it comes down from the valley towards the lake. Ah, but when the afternoon wind picks up, the surfers (and now recently the kite-surfers – but only in certain areas) run to their boards and hit the lake.
All along the lake front there is a paved walkway sometimes shared with bicycles. The picture below was taken from that lakefront walkway between Riva del Garda and Torboli (where Goethe spent a couple of days during his tour in Italy).
If you’d like to participate, but are inspired by something different – that’s fine by me – to participate with me this month you can link your haiga post in this Mr. Linky app:
You may want to tag as well (Bastet’s One Month of Haiga).
Have a great day! Bastet!
Click Goethe’s Trip for more information about his trip to the Garda area.