Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Nature, wildlife, and families, in Wild Sweden

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/embed/SB8WlqfJJRE?feature=player_detailpage   

 

This link was sent to me, it is truly beautiful, heartwarming, and I thought I might share it with you today.

                         Quotation of the day,from David Ogden Stiers

Family means no one gets left behind or forgotten.

Greetings from Jean

11 comments:

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Wow! Beautiful.

Ali Honey said...

Fabulous, Jean. My favourite is the owl - they don't chew their food do they !

Carol Mattingly said...

Thank you Jean. Absolutely gorgeous video.
Hope you are getting better.

Lindsjö taxar said...

Thanks for showing this from my country. Its taken in the North of Sweden. We have very various landschape. Our country is very long and different types of countryside.
Here are som links from my region Småland. We have many lakes and a lots of forrest.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qoe5_X36NMQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWWuNr_XB88

Have a great day!
Majsan/

eileeninmd said...

Hello jean, I love the video. The wildlife and scenery were wonderful. The owl and the moose were my favorites. Thanks for sharing the link. Have a happy Sunday!

Nancy's Notes said...

So happy I found your blog, Jean! I'm off to watch the video! Have a great day~

Jim said...

Jean, what a beautifully done video and depiction of the great country of Sweden......very gentle. Thanks.

Inger said...

This was a joyous journey for a old Swede to experience. I live the U.S. and Majsan from Lindsjo Taxar sent me over to watch the video. Just beautiful, thank you so much. I will post it on my blog sometime in the future so different people will get a chance to see it.

Nancy J said...

This was too beautiful to not share, and now it will be sent to so many others, originally to me from Hugh's cousin. The swan and cygnets, my favourite part, almost tears as I watched and waited for that last so tiny one to struggle to the water. Inger, lovely to 'meet' you, and so glad it is a trip down memory lane for you. Cheers to all, Jeanp.s. Please do not worry if I have not made a comment, and more so if spelling has errors... pain meds, and even then the pain lingers, and this will be with me for some weeks yet, so I read and enjoy, maybe through a little hazy daze!!!

KB Bear said...

So beautiful.

camp and cottage living said...

Jean
this is the best wildlife footage that I have ever seen, and I watch a LOT of wildlife programing.
I would love to see an owl someday like the one on the film.
thank you for sharing this!