Some of the best things around Nymphenburg palace aren’t the palace at all, but the “residents.”
There were plenty of swans and ducks all around the front of the palace, especially in and by the water.
Can you blame them though. The site is beautiful. The swans match the beauty. It made me wonder, how many generations of swans have lived here? Seems fitting that generations of swans would live at a palace that housed generations of royalty.
Sometimes the swans and ducks get a little adventurous, like this fellow.
He didn’t care that I was coming through. The birds have become very accustomed to humans and do their own things regardless of where the humans are.
So beautiful, still and peaceful.