Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) finding something to eat under the snow. Guess they stay in the sun to get some […]
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Frozen mushroom, ha de Gött!
Less than a month to Christmas so I took a tour to Santa’s stable. Rudolf was busy preparing the Christmas […]
More from Nordens Ark. This is the little Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens). Also known as the lesser panda. Native in […]
Saturday we took a trip to the zoo Nordens Ark, the Ark of the North. The zoo is dedicated to […]
Karljohansvamp (Boletus edulis) or in English cep, penny bun, porcino or porcini. Introduced to the Swedish cuisine by the, from France, imported king, Karl […]
What is not to love with autumn a crescendo of color from warm to cold green grass covered in frost […]
Colorful leaf resting on its way to the ground. Ha de Gött!
A bright red rose hip hiding behind a cluster of blackthorn. Ha de Gött!
An acorn for your Sunday. This little Oak seed will most likely be winter food for birds or small rodents. […]