Eksotisk aften ved Erimitageslottet

Kan I huske, hvor varmt det var i mandags? På Landbohøjskolen i København målte man 32,8 grader, det varmeste i hovedstaden siden 1975.

Jeg cyklede ud i Dyrehaven omkring solnedgang, og det første syn der mødte mig, var to hjorte i færd med at blive kølet ned, omgivet af ænder –

Bagefter gik de over på øen og væltede et par træer, det lød, som om de havde fest.

Det blev ret hurtigt mørkt, meget mørkt og jeg var glad for mine kraftige cykellygter. Her er et par billeder fra mørket –

Der var en stemning, der dårligt lader sig beskrive. Duftene fra dyr og græsser, og lydene fra dyr og fugle. Det var meget eksotisk. Den oplevelse vil jeg gå efter en anden gang!

2 Comments on “Eksotisk aften ved Erimitageslottet

  1. Hi Alen.
    I am glad that you like the pictures! Exposure leaves much to be desired, but sometimes the motives are more important!
    Regarding the deers, follow a few rules. Keep away from the deer and never come between a hind and her lamb.
    Fortunately, there are very few accidents between deers and humans.
    However, some years ago a female runner was attacked and knocked down by a mad deer, and while she lay on the ground, the deer kicked and stomped her.
    The only thing she could do in that horrifying situation was to protect her face with her arms.
    She escaped luckily “just” with some severe bruises, it could have been much worse.
    If the forest guard suspects a deer to be unstable or tame, they shoot them away.
    I’ve only had good experiences, but I move with very great respect for the animals revir.

    Cheers, Hanna

  2. Hanna, det er fantastisk. Det vidunderlige billeder. Var du ikke bange for du ville få trådt under fode af dyr i mørket?
    Alen

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