Big cornflower
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Cornflowers belong to the bee friends in our garden. This one was growing under the apple tree and had gotten such beautiful light in the evening hours that the lawn behind it was mostly in shade, allowing it to stand … read more or write a comment …

Wild Carrot
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The so-called wild carrot, is spreading more and more in our region along the edges of the fields. It is an ancestor of our carrot, which we eat so much as a vegetable or raw food. The flower is very … read more or write a comment …

Meadow goatsbeard
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The slightly larger dandelion It is beautiful to see how nature produces such filigree formations to spread its seeds far into the landscape. Over the last few years, the meadow goatsbeard has spread further and further along the edges of … read more or write a comment …

Alone on the Beach
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With this picture I say goodbye to the scenic flight over the North Frisian Wadden Sea. Two people walk in the last and warm sunlight over the narrow northern part of the Kniepsand on the island of Amrum, while we … read more or write a comment …

The Fish
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Or do you see something else in the shape of this sandbank? At the head, by the way, is once again a seal colony.

Golden Megaripple
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Further north than the megaripple near Amrum Odde are these clearly more yellow sandbanks. The previously published picture with the seal colony can be seen here far up on the left. I love these sand structures, built up by wind and … read more or write a comment …

Sandbank with seal colony
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The sea sides of the megaripples north of Amrum are populated at their highest points again and again with small seal colonies. Here I have focused the motive on exactly this place and one sees on the small ripple structures … read more or write a comment …

At Amrumtief
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Different layers of sand form a patchwork of colors here, plus the green water of Amrumtief, the tideway east of the island of Amrum. The tideway can be recognized actually also only as Amrumtief, because navigation markings are clearly visible in … read more or write a comment …

Mega Ripple
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North of Amrum Odde lie these beautiful megaripples. Sand structures that are carried around a head of the island and then form arc-shaped sandbanks that follow each other.

Ripple
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North-east of Amrum Odde lie many sandbanks, which only emerge from the sea during low tide. These sandbanks, which lie close under the water surface for a long time, form these beautiful ripple structures on their surface. Here you can … read more or write a comment …

At the end of Amrum Odde
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At the northwestern end of Amrum Odde, a deep wadden tideway curves around the chain of dunes. If you look closely, you can see the prigs that mark the fairway around the Odde. What I find exciting about the megaripple structures … read more or write a comment …

Amrum — with Amrum Odde in golden light
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The longer we were in the air that evening, the more bands of clouds made themselves noticeable in the west over the North Sea — the sun only came into effect a little and the Wadden Sea looked mostly gray … read more or write a comment …

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