Not only can Lausanne boast of a decent university library, but there are also great parks in the capital of the canton of Vaud…
…some of which offer plenty of shade and a really pleasant and relaxing view with some lush greenery that contrasts nicely with the blue hues of Lake Léman*… [juː nice assonance, no?]
…plus a little touch of the hustle and bustle of the city life below in the form of joggers giving their legs and lungs a little bit of a challenge in what may well be Lausanne’s greatest ‘naturalscape’. [Yes, I like alliterations, too: ‘l’ ]
A beautiful summer evening spent outdoors, what more can one ask?
PS As regards the books I read (mainly anthologies of articles relating to ecology), I think I must single out this title, which I found particularly appropriate to my own setting:
PS ‘Planet’ = Gaia again…
*Not visible on this picture owing to the fact that I did not bother to fiddle with the exposure levels of my camera.
- ‘Lucretius’s invitation to lie in the grass’ [entry posted on my other blog with a great book trailer for ‘Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth’]