Choose your walk with care

I had a longing for sun and bright spring flowers after seeing Jo’s post about Algarve, Portugal.
The forest wasn’t an option. None of the places I could think of was an option for that bright sunny impression ‘The beauty of an Algarve Spring’ had on me.
Then I remembered The Arboretum in Hørsholm and I wasn’t cheated.
The beautiful rhododendrons were in bloom.
The sun was out and the song thrush entertained from his large repertoire. The blackbird hummed and the bees were beeesyyy.
A marvellous walk in Denmark.

Always remember your packed lunch and leave nothing behind you but a 😊




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Jo’s Algarve
The Arboretum in Hørsholm

10 Comments on “Choose your walk with care

  1. What a beautiful arboretum you have in Hørsholm, Hanna! You’ve definitely left behind a BIG smile for this reader. 🙂

    • Well, that’s a very good start, Heide and you gave me one in return 😊
      The arboretum is a nice place.
      It fulfils many functions: Learning, Research and Therapy Garden. The latter is a therapeutic tool for people with stress related disorders.
      The arboretum is a wonderful place for a walk. There are so many things to see and to listen to. The species diversity is great and it attracts many birds and insects 😎
      Thanks!!

  2. Stunning. Sun’s out here today. Perhaps spring is on the way!

    • Thanks a lot, George. I sincerely hope you’re right. That would be awesome!

    • Dear Isabel. Thank you for that. Flowers, birds, bees and the sun, it was wonderful.

  3. So beautiful. It is autumn here, so trees are starting to look barren and naked. A drought has meant that everything is dry, and brown, making our little bit of Australia look grim.
    I look forward to Spring already. Lol.
    Tak så mycket.
    Manja-Freyja.

    • Hi Manja-Freyja. Thanks a lot for your comment. The worst of all apart from flooding of course is the drought.
      I know what you mean when you talk about the brown colour. I hope you are having snow in winter.
      There is nothing wrong with a longing for spring.
      You can use the time to plan some wonderful excursions into nature 🛶🚲🚶‍♀️
      Mange hilsner,
      Hanna

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