As I find myself in Belgium at this time of the year, I enjoy an exceptional warm end of October walking around some Flemish forests.
It’s been a century since the beginning of World War I, which had a big impact on this small country.
While in transit, a quick visit to the Bangkok temples, on grey, dreary day.
Walk around Lindfield’s Two Creeks Track, snapping the undergrowth. Explore Mount Wilson’s Autumn colours: Explore the Botanical Gardens of Mount Tomah’s Autumn colours: Explore Wynnes Rocks Lookout in Mount Wilson, Blue Mountains:
Fort Breendonk is a fortification built in 1906, part of a ring of defenses around the city of Antwerp, Belgium. During the Second World War, the fort was used by the Germans as a prison camp for detaining Belgian political dissidents, captured resistance members and Jews.
The Kalmthoutse Heide in the province of Antwerp, Belgium.
Bali’s Mt Batur (on the left of first photo), and sunrise across Mt Agung from atop Mt Batur, taken during a Sunrise Walk, while being very sick. But I didn’t want to miss out!