Ravnholm og Mølleåen

Vandretur gennem Mølleådalen og Ravnholm Skov

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10 Comments on “Ravnholm og Mølleåen

  1. It looks a very nice place for a walk. Nice pictures Hanna 🙂 regards James.

    • Great to hear from you, James. Yes, it’s a very varied hike in valley, forest and meadows. Even now when the trees have lost their leaves it is a wonderful place to wander.
      There is more light, and a free view to all the birds. Kingfisher, water starlings, crows and buzzards, to name some of the birds.
      All the best,
      Hanna

  2. Du er meget praktisk med det kamera, Hanna. Vidunderlige billeder, og så fuld af atmosfære. Jeg især gerne matteret græsser. Vinteren er på vej.
    Cheers, Alen

    • Rimfrost er en af naturens vidundere, Alen. Jeg tænker nogle gange, at naturen har klædt sig rigtigt fint på 🙂
      Akkurat som om foråret, når granerne iklæder sig nye lysegrønne skud, der ligner store balkjoler med blonder.
      Det er svært at retfærdiggøre med fotos, men jeg prøver 😉
      De bedste hilsner,
      Hanna

  3. Beautiful photos Hanna, and those woods look so familiar….just like my Scottish beech woods! I feel there is a certain psyche born in woodlands, and it’s something shared across large stretches of Europe…..we think alike when we have these landscapes in common 🙂

    • It’s a nice thought, which I like, Seonaid.
      It may be we all share a common memory, which the British biologist Rupert Sheldrake claims 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

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