A contribution by Andra Nicolescu
Depending on the time of the day, the weather and temperature, each experience is subject to be experienced differently.
In the morning when the sky is clear, the sun is shining, and it isn’t to hot, it is easy/comfortable to stop at a place and focus on an object/plant/color…When walking through the forest it is hard not to notice how the COLOR GREEN prevails everywhere. By amplifying the color, the visitor will be forced to become aware of its existence.
At sun peak when it gets quite hot, the visitor feels a rush to get closer to the river in order to cool down. When the TIDES are low, the walk towards the water is already refreshing as the feet are touching the wet sand. Textures, organic streams, and objects are getting revealed, where as when the tide is high those elements exist inside the water and are being hidden from the visitor’s eye.
On gloomy days, after it has rained, the forest offers the visitor places/views accompanied by intense MOODS.