The Carpatians are worth seeing: their endless valleys and green meadows alternated with dense coniferous arrays. They open beautiful panoramic views, show wonderful landscapes. And people seem so small near the huge mountains.
Gentle morning comes to the forest.
Shepherds’ houses are frequently met on the way.
People seem so small!
The sun rays are especially bright before the sunset.
Curly sheep are pasturing nearby.
The sign reads: “Petros mountain” – 2020m (6627ft).
The winds here are very strong, just look at that cross.
Sunrise in the mountains is a precious gift for any photographer.
Borzhava is a massif in the Transcarpatian region with a long ridge that stretches for dozens of miles.
Veliky Verh (Great Top) mountain is 1598 m (5242 ft) high.
But to get there one has to walk along this path first.
Some rest on the way is always good.
These are remains of the radar system “Pamir”.
When you see mountains once, you always want to see more and more. Each new hill you climb is like a new victory that makes you a bit happier.