Changing Seasons 05

For the fifth month in a row I have the pleasure of participating in the photo challenge run by Cardinal Guzman. He suggested we should go to the same location every month this year and capture all the seasonal changes. When I agreed to participate I had no idea how much I would enjoy going to this park over and over again. I give you Maksimir – Zagreb – TAKE 5.


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40 Comments on “Changing Seasons 05

    • I haven’t thought of it before, but yes, this is the best month to have a stroll through that park. Autumn here is not that colourful. Thank you, Sue for your visit.

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  1. Is it really five months? My seasons have been so skewiff – winter in Warsaw, tropical Cairns, autumn in Potato Point and now Warsaw spring – I’ve totally lost track of time. But I love the way you follow the seasons in Zagreb. It proves normal continuity, and your photos are wonderful. That lion must be very content – or is he missing savanna? All that green, and reflections and I can’t be terminally envious because I’m in Warsaw in the spring.


    • πŸ™‚ compared to how dull it looks in winter and late autumn this is a feast for eyes πŸ™‚ I appreciate your company Meg, and if you happen to stop by Zagreb again, I will make sure to show you around.


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  3. That house looks so much more appealing when it’s surrounded by green and the lion has found the perfect spot to rest. That turtle: awesome colors! I love that turtle!


    • This is the favourite weekend spot for most people in my town πŸ™‚ Thank you, Raewyn. I’ll see you when I come back.


  4. month 5 already? well looking real green and lush – and as noted above – I agree it looks like a great time to stroll. ❀


    • You’ll be happy to know that there are a few icecream stands within 500 meters πŸ™‚ I am happy you like the post and music.


  5. When Cardinal first suggested this series I thought to myself ‘how boring!’ That’s me- ever the visionary and so often wrong. πŸ™‚ Thanks for helping to prove a point, Paula.


    • πŸ˜† Seeing the same place with different eyes instead of new places is more rewarding, it teaches us more I think.


  6. Wonderful captures, such a beautiful place… πŸ™‚

    I couldn’t such a row, because I would lose some months whatever it would be Alsace or Liverpool… πŸ™‚


  7. Paula, I always forget I cannot “like” ’em, but I do like ’em. With the locations you pick, one can really see the seasons change. I should have decided for a park too, but I am still counting on the changing light (I always photograph around the same hour for the Changing Seasons Challenge unless otherwise noted). See you around. Cheers!


    • True, I removed “like” button ages ago. I’ll see your entry when I come back from my trip.


  8. Love the turtle too — what a beautiful spot, and great images. I’ve finally figured out how to add music to my post, even just a tiny bugle call file πŸ™‚


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