Vingio Parkas in Autumn

With Vingio parkas, I have a large urban forest just around the corner from where I live in Vilnius. Now in autumn, it’s interesting to go there every couple of days because the colour of the leaves changes so quickly.

This week it looked like this:

And then it became night.

About Andreas Moser

You will most likely find me in the forest, next to the lake, reading a book. Just follow the cigar smoke!
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12 Responses to Vingio Parkas in Autumn

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  2. bettecox says:

    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing these with us.

  3. Robert Passig says:

    I’ve been in Vilnius for Spring, Summer, and Winter. I have tried to imagine Fall. Thanks for the beautiful photos. I need to complete the four seasons now.

  4. Oh do i miss fall foliage!! The forest shot with the rows and rows of trunks is so worthy of being a wall poster!!

  5. Great stuff, Andreas. Thanks!

  6. You were really able to capture the beauty of this park. Thank you!

  7. Mantas says:

    Hey Andreas, I find it really amusing watching you exploring my country and it’s culture. One thing is for sure, while staying in Lithuania you just have to visit Trakai, the Hill of Crosses in Šiauliai, the Curonian Spit and ,of course, Vilnius old town. I don’t know if you would be interested in this, but I suggest visiting some of the Lithuanian estates, which are like fenixes rising from the dust these recent couple of years. Here is a link to a forum with a map of estates: http://www.miestai.net/forumas/showthread.php?t=6760
    and an alphabetical list: http://www.miestai.net/forumas/showthread.php?t=6829

    and here is a link to a gallery of photos of Lithuania from a photo album “Neregėta Lietuva” (Unseen Lithuania) which i suppose might be a great gift to share lithuanian beauty with your relatives or friends:)
    http://regular.neregetalietuva.lt/nuotraukos.php

  8. Ramune says:

    I discovered your site through CS today and I guess, I will be your guest from time to time:) It’s very interesting to see my hometown through the eyes of foreigner, living there:)

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