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I love the area, the lake, and the mountains, Berend. Thanks.


We have been having some good seasons Berend, so the lake is close to full supply level, although at the moment the inflow is quite low. I am hoping that this year I will be able to get in a rowboat or a small catamaran and spend a couple of days exploring the shores of the lake with my camera in hand.


I love this crossing of Bella Creek because of the tree tunnel. The trees ae locally known as river cherry trees because of their small red fruit. Once they grew along all our river and creek banks here, but the cattle love to eat the foliage, so wherever there are cattle they do not regenerate.

I'm glad you appreciate the scene, Berend.


Remember it well, Finn. I wish we were together at the foreground table, camera bags on the ground, coffee before us!


Delightful...very very Danish.


I find it not so easy to use a macro lens Ian, but I think that some of the pictures of that day are good. Thank you, greetings Berend

This is empty Ian, the dragonfly already got out and after warming up it wings, it flew away. I hope to get the opportunity once to make a series of pictures while a dragonfly comes out. Thank you, greetings Berend

A Stag beetle can only fly if it's temperature is about 20C Ian. Therefore they mostly go to the top of a tree to catch the sun. thanks, greetings Berend

Thank you Ian and yes I was excited to find this spot. This was/is a dangerous area for small birds because not far away from this nest there was a nest of Long-eared owls but that juveniles were gone already. Greetings Berend

Dear Cuentos Largos,

Have you introduced a new rule to art, or to photography? As for Panoramio, from the very beginning, the site developers were wiser than that allowing for square, panorama, portrait and a myriad of other formats. There are many occasions when vertical dimensions give majesty to a landscape, and this was one of them.




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