Everyday Life in Hungary

April Nature Trail Kisszékely, Hungary

April is here and time for our monthly walk around the nature trails of our little rural village in Hungary. The weather has been kind, so a great opportunity to photograph nature, the scenery and a multitude of animals we met along the way. I also took pictures some of the colourful properties we encountered on our walk.

Translation – Nature Trail – Wild Pear Boulevard 
Hidden lakes of water between the trees.
Butterflies enjoying the wildflowers.
Gorgeous pinks along the trail.
Up the hill.
A friendly cat along the way.
Back garden barn.
Trees bursting into life.
Intriguing entrance into the hillside.

Information Board and map of the trail.
Spring flowers bloom in harmony.
Signs on trees showing we are going the right way.
Across the valley the little wooden huts that house boar.
Horses peacefully grazing.
Following the trail.
Blossom on the hill.
Our village church in the distance.
The landscape changing with pretty trees.

Into the forest.
Handsome cows at the village farm. We get our milk from these cows.
Bleating lambs.
Forest flowers.
I’m looking at you!
A friendly hello from this dog.
Colourful flowers amongst the dried leaves.
Hungary cows.
Sheep concentrating on eating.
Colourful yellow house.
Little houses dot the countryside.
Flags and crest.
Tiny new built house.
Spring daffodils.
Yellow house.

Our little village of Kisszékely has a lot to offer the walker and photographer. Every month mother nature changes and adapts to the weather offering wonderful displays of changing colours, a truly beautiful sight. I hope you have enjoyed a little insight to this small corner of rural Hungary.

By Sue

I am an English Ex-Pat living in Hungary with my wonderful husband and gaming-mad teenage son. You can find me frequently writing, reading and taking photographs. We live in a beautiful small rural village surrounded by forests and lakes always appreciating the beauty around us. Life is good.

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