On my way to work from the window of my car I met the sun in this beautiful shape and colour. Unfortunately, while driving it was impossible to make the high quality picture by iPhone, but don’t take the eyes off impossible too.
The other thing caught my eyes this morning was the Goose Family right beside the entrance of my company.
Hard frost and sunshine – a day of pleasure! You are still drowsy at your leisure – It’s time, my beauty, ope your eyes! Let you get free of blissful dreaming, To meet the North Aurora, deeming The Star of North, let you arise!
Last eve the blizzard howled angry, The ghostly sky struck all and sundry, The vapid moon was scarcely seen Among dark drear clouds drifting; Your mood was cheerlessly shifting – Look now – what a change has been!
Under a bright blue vault of heaven Like a beautiful carpet, soft and even, The snow glitters in sunlight; Transparent woods are soly dark, The firs through hoarfrost nicely sparkle And under ice brooks’ torrents slide.
With amber light the entire room Is being lit up. What a boon Is a merry crackle of the stove’s flame. How swell to ponder near a fire! But listen, wouldn’t we desire To ride in our open sleigh?
While sliding over morning snow Be drawn into a run in tow Of an impatient mare, trotting hard? And visit fields that now are empty, And woods – a recent horn of plenty, The bank too dear to my heart.
Coming to the end of the North Head Trail you find yourself in the Battery. Here all the streets are broken and follow the coast line of the bay. The colorful houses and lush vegetation create a fabulous mood. Harsh rocky landscapes turn into friendly and welcoming pictures.
The North Head Trail is Signal Hill’s most popular and most difficult hiking trail. This 1.7 km trail takes approximately 90 mins and descends almost 500 feet. Hikers connect with the trail from Signal Hill’s top parking lot. From there they descend down boardwalk stairs, follow a footpath to North Head at the entrance to the St. John’s Harbour, & hike along the narrows to Lower Battery Road.
Perhaps the easiest hiking trail around St. John’s we found was the Manuels River Trail. It is beautiful and picturesque way along the river. Mostly it is covered by the trees and people can feel comfortable in the shade.
The last visit of Newfoundland was about walking around the St. John’s area to see the beauty of this place. There are a lot of trails around with the different level of difficulties. Some of them is just like city pedestrian way, but most are rough and unfriendly, where you have to be careful. La Manche Village Path is one of numerous beautiful but rough.
Then the path coming to the bridge. From the bridge there is a beautiful view of the ocean.
Finally the trail is coming to the coast of ocean – Doctors Cove. This is nice flat stone place where the ocean waves crashing on the wall and retreat.