Blue sky at “Constitution Day”

Blue sky in june
5 june is “Grundlovsdag” in Denmark, translated to Costitution Day in the dictionary.

From wikipedia:
Constitution Day is an annual celebration of the establishment of the first Danish constitution, 5. June 1849.
Each year the day is celebrated with particular political speeches around the country, as the day is often also seen as a celebration of the Danish democracy. Senior politicians have through their respective organisations favorite places where they traditionally deliver their messages, both acting on democratic principles and on current policy issues

4 comments so far

  1. dieterdelathauwer on

    been ages since ive been here, but look first post is allready great: every image on itself is nothing special, but together…together it makes a great and enjoyable threesome! nice layout!

    oh, and happy Grundlovsday :o)

  2. erikatakacs on

    Looks like you had Laundry Day on Constitution Day. 🙂 How much better can one celebrate? 🙂 It’s too funny and the shot of the linen is just great.

  3. giiid on

    Dieter, once again you are pointing exactly at my considerations. At first I wanted to post the laundry photo, but when I saw it alone at the blog, it was obvious that something was missing. I changed my attempt of posting an interesting photo, into making some “blue sky” graphic design. You might call it a rescue attempt.
    Thank you for the feed back, it is very useful for me.

  4. giiid on

    Erika, I just love to know, that you can see the fun 🙂 Yes, I was celebrating constitution day by washing and drying.. Everything clean and ready for a new year!

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