La fin de l’été

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Here we are…my favorite season has come to an end. No matter how much  I like to think that I live in the moment every day, and try to enjoy every season, because every season is beautiful, deep inside I feel sad that summer has gone and I have to wait another year so I can enjoy again the magical feelings that summer gives me. The hot days, warm evenings when you feel that you can do anything. A total sense of  freedom. Ahhh… I can’t even describe what I feel but it’s full of live. In summer I’m alive.  The rest of the season I just exist.

As I always do in my last day by the sea, I try to connect with the surroundings. To feel the sea on my skin, to dip and hear the underwater noises, to let my body flow, carried away by the waves, to feel the sun. To say “thank you” and “goodbye” and “see you next summer”.

Stay inspired

 

  Alina

 

 

 

 

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