16 Comments on “The Hawthorn in Jægersborg Dyrehave

    • It’s such a thrill to go for a walk there in all seasons. Thanks for visiting!!
      Greetings,
      Hanna

    • Hi Alen. Where would we be without fantasy? Without imagination, no dreams and no goals!
      Greetings,
      Hanna

    • 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,
      Hanna

    • 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 ❤
      Hanna

    • Thank you, Peggy. I look forward to every sunny day 🙂
      It’s the light that makes the difference.
      Love, Hanna

    • Thanks Jo. It was sheer luck I was ready with my camera when the deer came running 🙂
      Wish you happy days ❤

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