A Buzzard (Buteo buteo), most likely a young adult, scouting for prey in Lille Vildmose, Denmark. Buzzard usually have more brown feathers, but the lighter scheme seen here is not uncommon, especially on younger birds.
A Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) relaxing on a pole in the evening sun in Lille Vildmose, Denmark.
I think it may have just finished eating. You can still see a bit of blood on the beak.
A deer (Capreolus capreolus) fouraging in the evening light. The Roe deer is the smallest deer in Europe. They are quite common in Denmark, and even though they are shy, it is not uncommon to spot them in the far end of a field. To get closer can before of a challenge , but it isn’t impossible.
A Piper Super Cub in waterplane configuration, moored close to a tiny island in Fagernes, Norway.