Winter has finally arrived in Denmark and yesterday I was out most of the day, I was on a mission trying to make the last image to my collection of seasons - I think I succeeded!.
Natural forest without human influence is extremely rare in Denmark, but you can be lucky to find a wilderness forest like this one, here and there in the Danish countryside.
Not far from the the city of Ebeltoft in the Mols area, I have found this Wilderness, which today is a natural forest of beech and oak trees. A hundred years ago, cattle grazed this area, but the meadow was allowed to grow wild and today its almost an impassable thickets, with an incredible bird and insect life.
|Wild forest, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark, December 1. 2012|
|Wild forest, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark, November 1. 2010|
|Wild forest, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark, June 7. 2012|
|Wild forest, Mols Bjerge N.P. Denmark, May 7. 2012|
(Equipment used: Nikon D700, Nikkor PC-E 85mm 2,8 micro, polarizing filter, tripod)