Magi ved Furesøen

Jeg var på en tur ved Furesøen i går. Efter en lørdag og søndag med fest, hygge og gode venner, var det godt at fuldende en god weekend med noget motion.
Jeg så svaner, toppede lappedykkere, troldand med ællinger, egern og mænd, der hyggefiskede.
Vibernes skrig brød stilheden, raspmarkerne duftede, og aftegnede sig skarpt i landskabet. Skynd jer ud, der er magisk.

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Bus 191 kører fra Lyngby station til Frederiksdal.

God tur og husk madpakken!

17 thoughts on “Magi ved Furesøen

      1. Sådan er det måske med mange ting – det er os mennesker der gør ting komplicerede – måske også nogen gange mere end nødvendigt… 😉

  1. ¡Cómo me gustaría ver todos estos lugares tan bonitos! Y ver a los patos nadar y correr a las ardillas trepando por los árboles… Muy bonito post. La naturaleza en primavera es maravillosa.
    Un gran abrazo que llegue a Dinamarca!

    1. Querida Bárbara. Los patitos eran muy dulce. Se ejecutan en el agua y dejan pequeña la espuma del mar para cada paso.
      Mis ojos nunca nunca se aburren de ver las maravillas de la primavera.
      Llega un abrazo en El Correo
      Todo lo mejor,
      Hanna

  2. Hanna, you should be Denmark’s next Minister for Environmental and Rural Affairs. If I had the power and influence then I would nominate you immediately. You sell the countryside so well with your marvelous photographs.
    All the best, Alen

    1. It’s probably one of the finest and most inventive compliments I have received for my pictures, Alen. Thank you!
      The month of May is lovely to photograph. The foliage does not completely block the sunlight and there are so many activities everywhere..
      As I tried to write to Barbara, the ducklings are running on the water and leave small water spray for every step. It looks like they put a footprint on the water.
      (A foot on a duckling is just a minor problem when I become a minister) 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

    1. Thanks a lot, Anna 🙂 This is the first time I have seen ducklings from Aythya fuligula.
      They were great fun to watch ❤

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