Oundle photographer, based in Northamptonshire
Hi Friends. I feel a bit blue today … feel tired and exhausted and terribly missing my mom and dad :( and even though we are talking on a regular basis on FaceTime, it is simply not the same as to hug them and hold them and be next to them. I haven’t seen them in person for over two years now …
Today I would like to share with you couple of images from my Hometown. Not many of you know that I grew up in Nida, Lithuania. It is one of the villages on the Curonian Spit (the Great Dune Ridge separating the Baltic Sea from the Curonian Lagoon, it was formed on moraine islands from sand transported by currents, and later covered by forest).
Nida is the place of unique beauty, one of the World Heritage Sites, protected by UNESCO.
I took these photos many moons ago … I remember it was -17C. Frozen sand, frozen water … time stood still.
You get a strange feeling when you leave a place, like you’ll not only miss the people you love, but you miss the person you are at this time and place because you’ll never be this way ever again …