Category Archives : behaviour


51. Happy 2017 – Reflections 3

Happy 2017! I wish you all a year in which you can turn dreams into reality. A year that allows you to become, be or remain who you are, a year to tell what’s to be told and to give what should be given. And hopefully this will automatically lead to beautiful creations. For me, […]

Fallow deer in the mist on a foggy sunrise

Mother fox and fox kit love

45. Valentine’s Day 2016: Foxy Love 1

I know of no animal that shows as much love and affections as foxes do. That could be because I know no animal, like I know foxes, but that’s not the point here. The point is….love. Foxy love to be more precise. Foxes are known to be smart, false, deceitful and mean creatures. A successful […]


43. 2015 in photos 2

Because a photo can say more than a 1000 words, I hereby present you my 2015 in photos:   January At least we had some winter and some beautiful mornings in magical misty mood.   Februari We had a few hours of snow. Enough to capture a red fox and a fallow deer in a […]

Early morning autumn forest

Common Kingfisher Alcedo atthis IJsvogel fish landing

PhotoFriday 6: Common Kingfisher

Common Kingfisher (Alcedo atthis)   Did you know…… The kingfisher is able to switch between monocular vision (eyes used separately) and binocular vision (eyes used together). It uses monocular vision in air  and binocular vision in water. It’s underwater vision might not be razor sharp, but certainly good enough for to estimating distance to its […]


PhotoFriday 1: Tree Frog

The European Tree Frog (Hyla Arbora)   Did you know…… Tree frogs are wonderful barometers. Before a rain shower, they start croaking. So if you hear the tree frogs, you better unfold your umbrella!

A Resting tree frog on a rusty leaf