Just spend a week in a summerhouse on the peninsula of Helgenæs on Djursland in Denmark; the days were used in the best possible way, with photography, hiking, bird-watching and relaxation. A great week with superb autumn images as a result.
The weather was simply outstanding with clear blue skies and no wind, and in the early morning hours the mist made the landscape magic and the first frost also came during this beautiful autumn week. My main interest for this area is the Mols Bjerge National Park that was established only one year ago and I think you´ll find the some of the finest scenic-views in Denmark, especially from Agri Bavnehøj, Trehøje and Jernhatten - the panorama views from those hill-tops are simply magnificent.
Mols Bjerge means Mols Mountains which rightly describes the location of this new national park. Situated on a rolling and hilly area on the Djursland peninsula, the Mols Bjerge covers an area of around 180 kilometers of farmland, heaths, forests and coastal plain.
Oak Tree, View from Trehøje, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark
(Nikon D700, Nikkor AFS 300mm 2,8 VR IFED, iso 200, tripod)