One of the many beautiful animals I have encountered this summer. The wolf has been extinct in Denmark for more than 200 years, but in the last 10 years wolfs has been spotted regularly in Jutland again. I hope I will see one of the wild ones one day. This fine specimen is from a trip to Givskud Zoo and is not a European wolf (Canis lupus lupus) but a North American wolf (Canis lupus occidentalis).
The bridge across Limfjorden in Aalborg.
Taken with my Lensbaby Edge 50.
A young spotted seal (Phoca vitulin), only five days old, keeping an anxious eye out for mommy, while enjoying the hot summer sun in Copenhagen Zoo.
Today (September 5th 2021) is Flagdag in Denmark. It is the danish version of Veterans Day, where we celebrate and give our respect to the danish soldiers who have served and been stationed at NATO based throughout the world.
The photo is one I took some years ago at the Danish Airshow 2018 of the RDAF F-16A Block 20 MLU with registration number E-607. This plane has also been stationed at some of the worlds hot spots since it entered service in 1983.