The Rhineland stud herd enjoys the late summer sun. Meawhile, the nights in the eastern region of the Ore Mountains are rather cold.
Our young mares developed rather well during summertime. For a couple of them the training to become a riding horse will start in the spring to come.
While carefully removing the waterweed you can see several pond inhabitants like, e.g., this little common newt.
As every year, the nature protection ponds are to be maintained at the beginning of autumn time.
While working with the horses, this autumn Marko Vogel is supported by Jenny. She is preparing herself currently for an occupational career in the saddle.
During the last hot days stablehand Marko Vogel uses the cool morning hours for training the horses in the open country.
Whatever is just being done, watering, harvesting or taking care of the animals - Weimaraner pup Quanto Prima is present always and everywhere.
To withstand heat and drought of the late summer weeks the young fruit trees are watered regularly.
Among the sun ripened fruit of the old proven kinds of fruit you can always find some especially beautiful ones.
The fist tasty apples ripen at the young fruit trees. For Baerbel Kemper and her daughter Anna-Karina harvesting time has started.
Lots of interesting things you can discover at the traditional summer festival of the Technical University Dresden which takes place in the Dresden Botanical Garden. The information stands along the intricate path network through the garden area are arranged invitingly and individually. The scope of exhibitors reaches from large international environmental organisations as "Greenpeace" via federal nature protection societies and educational institutions to engaged regional associations. This year the country estate Kemper & Schlomski takes part with an own exhibition stand first time.
What the guests could experience at the summer festival you can read here (German).
Meanwhile it has become a long-standing tradition, an event for children and families in the "ForestAdventureWorkshop SYLVATICON" in Tharandt. Nevertheless, it is something new this year. On the occasion of the 800th anniversary of the city of Tharandt the Forest Botanical Garden together with the network for environmental education Saxony invited at the same time everyone interested in nature protection subjects to the "Saxon Environmental Education Day".
At several stations spread all over the Forest Garden children and their parents can play, riddle and do handicrafts concerning different subject of nature and nature protection. Being a partner of the network for environmental education Saxony the country estate Kemper & Schlomski (LGKS) took care of one of these stations.
What the visitors could see and experience in the Forest Botanical Garden you can read here (German).