Posted on November 27, 2016
The Hawthorn never ceases to fascinate me.
There are many myths, superstitions and stories about the hawthorn.
I experienced an eerie story that you can read here: THE DEATH AND THE HAWTHORN
Category: #Nature, Denmark, Landscapes, photography, Stroll
Beautiful images ! Thanks for sharing!
It’s such a thrill to go for a walk there in all seasons. Thanks for visiting!!
Tak for det, Le Drake Noir 🙂 🙂
I remember your tale about the hawthorn. You have some interesting tales to tell, Hanna.
Hi Alen. Where would we be without fantasy? Without imagination, no dreams and no goals!
Preciosa serie, Hanna, me ha encantado. La Naturaleza en todo su esplendor.
Thank you so much, Leo. The plain, where the hawthorn stands is unique in its kind, and has made a very interesting crossing with a different kind of hawthorn. This hawthorn was planted on an emergency cemetery 500 hundred meters away, raised over cholera-affected people from an epidemic in Copenhagen in 1853. These thorns were suppose to keep people and animals away and prevent the infection from spreading.
All the best,
Y con la historia que tienen estos maravillosos arboles, todavía me resulta más hermosa tu serie fotográfica.
Un abrazo y feliz día.
Muchas gracias, Leo. Te deseo un feliz día!!!
Me he quedado sin palabras ante tantas fotos maravillosas. Mi enhorabuena Hanna.
All the best.
Thank you, Isabel. I love the scenery so much. But the weather has a lot to do with my success 🙂
Wish you a lovely evening ❤
It’s so nice to see some colour in this November-grey, dear Hanna. Love, Peggy
Thank you, Peggy. I look forward to every sunny day 🙂
It’s the light that makes the difference.
That last shot is so beautiful, Hanna! Hope you’re having a happy week. 🙂
Thanks Jo. It was sheer luck I was ready with my camera when the deer came running 🙂
Wish you happy days ❤
Great walk in Rondane, Norway.
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