So these days, time just flies by and makes me wonder where did it go and how do I find a quiet moment to gear down. I am alone and don’t have family and kids, but I would still say you still use as much energy as in a family, when you are out working and such. I still don’t have a full time job, but I still use the time in full when searching for a job to the fullest, as best as I can.
If I am not at home, where it is easy to have a quiet moment turning everything off, I like to be out in the nature either in the forest or by the sea/ocean/beach. Usually both places are quiet and peaceful. Occasionally you almost stumble on nature like a deer pretty close to the paths there is at this park.
The park was established both as a gift but also a place for the Danish royal family to escape the capital during summer time and be together. Ever since then, the park has had a closed off area for the deer – not for hunting - and open for the public to walk in the park. Many hours I have spent there, just strolling up to the old hunting castle and then further to the ocean which is nearby.
But as mentioned, I stumbled on this small heard of deer pretty close to the pathway. It was a good thing that day I had my camera with me. I sat down as close as I could without scaring them off as well as showing people that would come near me what I was doing. Sitting down on the pathway with a camera with a long lens kind of gives you away. It was one of those rare moments I just forgot everything around me and just watched.
The Quiet Photographer