Visiting Capilano Suspension Bridge Park was a very special day as we had never experienced such views from a suspension bridge before. It is a 140 meters long and 70 meters above the riverbed. My words cannot do this place justice. We met up with a dear friend of Derek's; Hubert was visiting Canada so … Continue reading Rejuvenation in Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, Vancouver
Vancouver Island, Mystic Beach West Coast. (2014)
I have great memories of hiking through this forest and descending onto the beach. The beach itself was a tiny little beach that fostered a feeling cozy privacy. For the most part our hiking group was the only party on the beach. The forest was moist and there were many mushrooms popping up all over … Continue reading Vancouver Island, Mystic Beach West Coast. (2014)
Shshsh…. Walking with my senses.
Zambezi Banks, M NoffkeZambezi Banks, M NoffkeCape Sparrows, D NoffkeWalks in Scotland by M NoffkeScotland by M Noffkeby M NoffkeBridge in Constantia Greenbelt by M Noffke.Photo by Francesco Ungaro on Pexels.com Shshsh... I walk, I breathe I smell the sweet scent of jasmine and nasturtium filling the air over the breeze on a warm spring … Continue reading Shshsh…. Walking with my senses.
M. Noffke.Mushrooms in my garden, Morag Noffke. Here is my little colony of mushrooms; a surprise find in my garden. They are like my thoughts and ideas mushrooming and popping up in my head. I like walking in forests because I find interesting things to draw. Forest photography and forest bathing are some of my … Continue reading My mushrooms
A section of a forest a painting, in oxides by Morag Noffke What do you long for? When we have everything we need and everything is at our finger tips we might take things for granted. Now in this time of Lock-down where I live we aren’t allowed to go for walks. I miss the … Continue reading Lock-down Longing
First tell both your ‘inner critic’ and ‘inner logic-planner’, ‘thank you for your input but I don’t need you right now’, and turn the volume button right down. Then invite your inner observer into your forest bathing experience.