Small things

Walking in the same forest every day does provide some small excitements:

A baby dear (probably not more than a few days old), frozen, alone – the mom hopefully lurking nearby and keeping an watchful eye on her youngster; a black woodpecker floating majestically through the forest; a hedgehog curling up immediately upon close inspection, or the mass emergence of stag beetles (Lucanus Cervus).



According to Wikipedia: “The natural reaction of the beetle to an approaching large object is to remain motionless making them a good photographic subject.” Very true.




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And sometimes nothing is really “happening”, it is just raining gently and the soft sound of dripping brings back memories of cloudforests at dawn. And that is already something.


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