This is a post that I've been meaning to write since April. I went on a little walk when I was staying at my sister's in Warsaw. There were so many beautiful places to choose from and I picked The Royal Bathrooms. I didn't really get the chance to see the Palace on the Water but I did have a walk in the park
I took alot of upclose pictures of this bush you can see on the left because there was a little mouse running around underneath it. Although I didn't manage to capture her with the camera, I did have two colorful birds to work with :)
Afterwards I experimented a little with the focus and encountered a brick wall that had holes in it as if it was previously used for protecting the place. My dad once told me that during the war, soldiers would shoot the enemy through them.
On my way i passed a very unique sun clock placed on a rock. It was quite refreshing and interesting since I've never encountered such thing before. It was created in 1828 by a professor named Wojciech Jastrzębski, using the tool that he invented.
I also came across this round building but no one seemed to know what it is. It was built to look like the tomb of Cecilla Metella but infact, it's role was completely different. It used to aggregate water and distribute it to other objects in the park.
My next stop was a garden full of sculptures. Some of them were quite damaged, but the rest was well preserved.
The place was under an ongoing construction but I did capture a few sculptures in the front. It was quite scary to look at some of the faces. Take a look and see if you would be scared too. Or maybe it's just me.
Afterwards I walked for a bit until I got to a sort of oriental part of the park which is called Chinese Garden.
I found a nice lake there with beautiful ducks and birds of different kinds.
You can also walk over the bridge and enter an oriental-decorated gazebo.
When I was on my way out of the park I saw a married couple playing with a squirrel.
It looked really fun so I decided I will call her over and try playing with her too..
I didn't expect that result:
Yes. She was trying to eat my shoelaces. After she was done with her "snack" she just went on to another person. Bye bye squirrel, it was nice meeting you.
Thank you for giving me a piece of your time. I hope you enjoyed reading this post and if you did please send it on to someone who you think might enjoy it aswell.
Comment down below what is your funniest experience with an animal and where would you reccoment I go next time for an adventure? If you live outside of Poland, I will sure put that place on my abroad bucket list.
Have a fantastic one. Bye!
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