Last one from The King’s Garden this fall. I love the graphic effects in these old parks.
Beech is the national tree in Denmark – here in the form of a hedge with the Renaissance castle, Rosenborg, in the background.
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I’ve begun to appriciate fall and winter more since I began to photograph it.
I love this shot – the texture and the colors. Even though I adore spring, I feel grateful the leaves fall off allowing us to focus on the little details we otherwise miss.
In few months these buds will be turning green…
I wonder what I’m going to do in the spring. I find wilted leaves and muted colors so inspiring.
Just to prove to you I’m actually in Denmark – a crown and a Danish flag…
The King’s Garden (Kongens Have) lies in the middle of Copenhagen. It’s a lovely park much used by the locals and houses a ‘fairytale castle’ from the 17’th century. I entered the gate one slightly chilly afternoon in November in search of more fall pictures.