Walks at Bronte Creek again

Bronte creek has been part of our family history in many ways. I first heard about this park when I was staying in Tripoli and my family was staying in Ovation-Mississauga (2012-July to 2016-July). The nature walk reminds me of some walks and associations through the years

Through Yoga

A yoga group had organized a picnic at Bronte Creek. Yoga has been a way to organize our life, and we used to be part of a Yoga Satsang group in Malta when we used to stay there 2010-2012.

Walks in Malta with Mr.Vaswani and family-2012-Father’s day. Remembering the forefathers of the Indian community in Malta who added to the rich nuances of this island over the centuries. See blog-https://prashantbhatt.com/2012/06/19/fathers-day-walk/

On the way to Niagara

I used to see the sign of Bronte creek-when we used to drive from Ovation towards Niagara, but never really went inside to explore the park.

Niagara walks

Spiritual discussion walks

Two spiritual fellows made a walk at Bronte Creek a regular feature of their program to develop a conscious contact with a power greater than themselves.

Discussing our role in the issues we face in Life-Spiritual journeys

Through work-2017 onwards

Through my work I have come to know Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton in a

more personal way, as I have interacted with persons who live in these places.

Brant Street-Burlington-One of my Thinking Places

As a park-2008

The provincial park reminds me of the “Breakfast with Butterflies” of Sanjay Gandhi Memorial National park in Boravili, Mumbai.

2006-AKSA-MUMBAI

Gozo walks-2010

2010- Gozo Walks-Malta SEE BLOG – CONVERSATIONS ON IDENTITY- MALTA- MARCH 2012 https://prashantbhatt.com/2012/03/02/conversations-on-identity/

Lake Malawi- Toronto zoo-2014

Lake Malawi-Toronto zoo-2014….remembering yesteryears..connecting the dots of different facets of our journeys

About prashant bhatt

A doctor in Imaging, photographer, writer likes to read and travel. A regular diarist, journaling since 1983 Reading journal : gracereadings.com
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