Monday, August 26, 2013

Karen Blixen Museum



The House/Museum



The Monet pond and tea room on the back terrace


The cutting garden



"The bird sanctuary at Rungstedlund encompasses only 15 hectares but hosts a bountiful bird life. 35 different species breed here, and many others visit the area to seek food. Thanks to, among other things, the old trees and over 100 nesting boxes, there is a teeming population of hole-nesting birds here."


Karen Blixen is buried under the large beech tree



Certainly time to watch "Out of Africa" and "Babette's Feast" one more time.

Credit: The Karen Blixen Museet


4 comments:

  1. Beautiful!
    Glad to have you back on Canadian soil!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Excellent. I feel as if I am right back there, leisurely walking about the property and the beautiful woods. Birdhouse presentation is magical!

    ReplyDelete
  3. How wonderful! Those birdhouses are amazing, what a treat. Very inspiring.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Such delightful photos, KB was evidently quite complex...would love to see her Danish habitat. Looks like you all had a great time!

    David

    ReplyDelete