A last walk with Dago

Before leaving for Montreal on April 30th, I had a last long farewell walk with Dago, whom I’ll be back to late September for some new woody adventures.

Here you’ll see a glimpse of the forest’s psychedelic side: tree trunks that turn into crocodiles, rhinos and bears, pockets of mist that freeze your lungs and raise the hairs on your forearms, narrow paths meandering into unchartered valleys the dominion of mother nature.

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