Foggy morning in the Lüneburg Heath
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On one of the first foggy mornings, I had gotten up early in the morning, loaded the bike onto the carrier on the car and set off for the Lüneburg Heath before sunrise. The core of the nature park can … read more or write a comment …

Great spotted woodpecker
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Finally I got once a great spotted woodpecker in front of the lens and in addition still in nature! On one of my trips to the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park, I heard the typical tacking of the woodpecker and could … read more or write a comment …

At the Wilseder Berg
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The northern slope of the Wilseder Berg in the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park is full of juniper bushes and heathland. Most people will know the view from Wilseder Berg, but I liked it much better the other way around. Across … read more or write a comment …

Buzzard
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As I was sitting at the edge of the dead ground waiting for exciting light situations, I once heard the typical call of a bird of prey. And soon I discovered him still far away from me over the dead … read more or write a comment …

Behind the beech trees
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On the east side of the Totengrund there is a group of trees with large beeches and it was beautiful to walk under them in full sunshine. The light under them was characterized by the green of the canopy of … read more or write a comment …

Lüneburg Heath Nature Park – Totengrund
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The Totengrund in the Lüneburg Heath Nature Park, located a little south of the heath village Wilsede is one of the most beautiful natural landscapes of the Lüneburg Heath. It is surrounded on three sides by walls about 30–40 meters … read more or write a comment …

Fruit fly on coneflower
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The fruit fly uses flowers quite differently than bees. Instead of collecting pollen, it seems that the fruit fly bathes in them. The whole body is covered with the yellow pollen from the coneflower, even on the eye pollen can … read more or write a comment …

Bee in Monarda Didyma
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We put this bee-friendly plant on our terrace as a tub plant. From the beginning, it was besieged with wild bees for many weeks, flying from flower to flower. I had many opportunities to photograph the bees as they dove … read more or write a comment …

Spherical thistle (with wild bee)
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For years we have spherical thistles in our garden and every time I enjoy the beautiful geometry of the flower and always try myself with macro shots. This time I was lucky that in one of my series of shots this … read more or write a comment …

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 …

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