A Well Chosen Path

You can always put one foot in front of another. Well most people are that lucky. But which path do you choose? The winding path, the large wide gravel road or a cycle path along the road.
Yesterday I chose a lovely path in the Arboretum in Hørsholm. A winding path along lakes and among rhododendrons. I wanted to experience the beautiful rhododendrons in the Arboretum, and I was grateful to have the chance.

The Arboretum in Hørsholm

31 thoughts on “A Well Chosen Path

  1. You chose well the way, better than the bike path! that beautiful journey, in the midst of this exuberant nature! Thanks for the ride, Hanna! 🙂

    • I think you would enjoy the walk, Leya.
      I thought of your magnolia in Sweden and the damage the frost did to it.
      There were early flowers in the park which were slightly damaged by the cold spring but otherwise a wonderful walk among unique flowers and trees 🙂

      • Lovely shots from there…and maybe inside a rather dense “forest” they managed better than mine.

      • I’ve not gone into details with names of flowers. But I know that there are 150 different rhododendrons from around the world, some of which are very hardy in terms of frost.
        We can only hope that the seasons adjust a little, which is probably unlikely.
        Thank you, Leya!!

  2. You have really outdone yourself with this post, Hanna — beautiful images! Thank you for taking us along.

    • I will walk along those wonderful paths once more and send your greeting to the green frog, the geese, the flowers and the tall ancient trees from far away countries 🙂 🙂
      Thanks a lot, Heide ❤

      • What a beautiful sentiment, Hanna! It makes me deliriously happy to think my greetings and good wishes might reach the creatures of the earth half a world away …

  3. Preciosas fotos de una preciosa primavera floral. Me encantan las magnolias, tanto la japonesa como la estrellada 😉 Un fuerte abrazo, amiga ❤

  4. Beautiful pictures Hanna! 🙂 The photo with the toad’s is so good! 🙂 I’ve been lazy lately and have taken the car everywhere, but will start cycling again. 🙂

    • The toad was great fun, John. It made a lot of noise and could be heard miles away 🙂
      PS We need to be lazy sometimes 🙂

  5. Fina bilder!

    Jag har varit slö med att kika in, men det beror ju på att jag just nu bara har laptop. Om det skriver jag i mina två senaste inlägg. Det är för övrigt de enda inlägg på min fotoblogg där jag har skrivit något och inte bara visat bild. Men det kanske blir mer av den vara om det uppskattas.
    Ha en fin söndag!


    • Tak for det, Skvitt. Livet går videre, også uden at blogge 🙂 …og der er mange fine steder at besøge udendørs i øjeblikket.
      Mange gode hilsner til dig,

    • Hi Montucky. It is a very exiting place for a walk and interesting too. It is a whole adventure world to enter.
      The arboretum’s own collection of rhododendrons consists of 150 species. The collection is run by the Department of Geosciences and Nature Management at the University of Copenhagen.

      • Yes, it’s impressive indeed. There are several things under development in the arboretum. In addition to the impressive surroundings, there is a therapy garden based on ‘Evidence-based Health Design’, about the nature’s supportive features.
        Some of my pictures illustrate the atmosphere in the garden.

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