You had to be there. This turned out blurrier than I had hoped for, but anyway.
Another one from Nöbbelövs Mosse.
This guy was fishing in the pond or whatever it´s called, it´s too small to be a lake.
Nöbblelövs Mosse is some kind of remnant from the ice-age, and the water has something to do with that, but I am seriously historical-fact-challenged.
I think this is called Tofsvipa in Swedish, bird-thing in English.
This was really too far away to get a good picture of, but since I have never gotten a picture of one before, I´m adding it.
The past week or something there has been “ko-släpp” all over Sweden.
It´s hard to translate, but it means letting the cows out of the barn in spring.
It´s a popular thing among Swedes to go and watch. The cows go all crazy happy and start frolicking and jumping around all over the place. I suppose this tires them out, and I suppose that´s why these ones look so tired.
More from Nöbbelövs Mosse yesterday. The next few will be from there as well.
I think these kind of pigs are some kind of old breed that is close to wild boars, I don´t know for sure, but I do know that they aren´t pretty. At least I don´t think so.
Went to another part of town today, Nöbbelövs Mosse, near Gunnesbo. Took quite a few pictures, but I´m too tired to post more than one now.
Some cows. I took a lot of cow pics, because in this part of town there are no cows, just sheep and goats, and chickens and.. well, no cows. I like cows.