Trees & Bushes


Withering leaves of a Little Princess Spirea (Spiraea japonica), captured in my front yard.


First sign of Fall. My Cherry trees are usually the first to start changing colours.


Leaves of a Dog Rose slowly but surely changing colours in accordance with the current season.


Found some budding and blooming Fuchsia bushes in a local park. The intense, red colour was noticeable from quite a far distance.


Closeup of a Fuchsia flower, captured in a local park. Also known as Lady’s Eardrops.


Closeup of the tiny flowers and seeds of a European Spindle (Euonymus europaeus), captured in my local area.


Close-up of a blooming Caprifolium, perhaps better known as Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium), captured in a neighbouring garden.


Close-up of a budding Caprifolium, perhaps better known as Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium), captured in a neighbouring garden.


Finally my Apple trees are in full blossom too. Taken shortly after an afternoon shower.


Finally my Cherry trees are blooming once again.


Finally my Cherry trees are in full blossom. What a delightful sight 🙂


The fuzzy remains of some Goldenrods (Solidago virgaurea), gently swaying in the light breeze.


Some Rose Hips I captured in a neighbouring front yard this morning.


Still plenty of berries (haws) left on the Hawthorn trees, but most of them will drop off as soon as the first frost arrives.


Yet another wet and dreary November day, but at least the sun was out for a short while this afternoon.


Rain droplets hanging from the black berries of my Privet hedge.


Not in perfect symmetry, but this withered Fern leaf reminded me of the Double-Helix Structure of DNA.


Found this large Thorn bush in a local park with clusters of red berries (Haws) hanging down from each and every branch.


Always a pleasure to find some of the colourful Dog Roses (Rosa gallica) this time of the year.


Only a few leaves left on my Cherry trees, but they glow beautifully in the late afternoon sunlight.


After a misty day, the sun suddenly came out and made the Cherry leaves glow in the late afternoon light.


A lone and withered leaf hanging down from a neighbouring Red Oak Tree.


A withering Rowan bush (Sorbaria sorbifolia ‘Sem’) glowing in the late afternoon light.


Cones scattered beneath my Pine trees.


The red fruits of the Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii) is a sure sign of the coming Fall.


A withering Apple leaf floating in a puddle.


A blooming and budding twig of a February Daphne or Paradise Plant (Daphne mezereum), captured in my backyard.


A budding Larch twig, captured in my front yard.


Blossom buds of a Magnolia tree, captured at a local cemetery.


Blossom buds of a Magnolia tree, captured at a local cemetery.


A sprouting Red-Barked Dogwood or Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’), captured in my front yard.


The characteristic shape of the Lilac buds (Syringa vulgaris) is another certain sign of Spring.


Close-up shot of a purple Clematis, captured at a local cemetery.


Close-up shot of a yellow Hypericum (Hypericum calycinum), captured at a local cemetery.


A blooming Privet hedge, captured in my backyard.


A backlit Ivy, captured in my backyard.


Frozen droplets on my Privet hedge.


A close-up shot of a raindrop on my Privet hedge.


Frozen drops on some Privet berries.


A twig of a Willow tree (Salix capréa) with its fuzzy catkins (actually tiny flowers), captured in the golden evening light.


A Cherry tree I planted 3 years ago is starting to pay off. It’s now 6 feet tall and the berries taste just as deliciously as they look


Close-up shot of some Cherry blossoms, captured in my backyard.


The bright blooming Cheery trees keep amazing me every Spring 🙂


Taken out my window on a rainy afternoon.


A blossoming Apple tree in my backyard.


My Apple tree is busy sprouting plenty of new leaves and blossoms these days 🙂


Close-up of a Whitebeam tree (Sorbus aria), captured in my neighbour’s front yard.


Blooming Catkins of a Willow tree (Salix capréa).


Fruits of an Alder tree (Alnus glutinosa).


Close-up of a Japanese Barberry (Berberis thunbergii), dressed in vivid Autumn colours.


Roots of an old Beech tree, captured in our local forest.


An old Willow tree standing tall and strong in the Slagelse Lystanlæg which was established in 1882.


A leafless Oak tree in the countryside, West Zealand.


A lone, weather-beaten Pine Tree at the Bildsø Beach, West Zealand.


A dead Beech leaf floating on top of my rainwater tank.


Colourful Autumn leaves captured through my kitchen window on a rainy afternoon.


Close-up of a blooming Rose Meadowsweet (Spiraea Densiflora), captured in my front yard.


The golden leaves belong to a shrub called Little Princess Spirea (Spiraea japonica), captured in my front yard.


A small twig from my Apple tree. Even the December sun can add a nice warm touch to the scenery.


Last Apple in my backyard.


Rimy branches of my Apple tree.


Rimy fruits of an Aspen tree (Populus tremula), captured at the Holmstrup Mose, West Zealand.


A beautiful Red Oak (Quercus rubra) leaf, captured on a frosty morning in March.


Leaves of a Bramble (Rubus fruticosus aggregate) captured on a frosty morning.


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