Sankt Hans aften / Midsummer eve

sankt hans collage Midsummer eve

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9 comments so far

  1. burstmode on

    I very much admire your work, especially how you arrange the photos. It looks very appealing.

    • giiid on

      Thank you burstmode. The weather was very nice at midsummer eve this year unlike most years. The celebration of Midsummer eve in Denmark has been painted by many artists, one of the beloved paintings is from 1906 by P.S. Krøyer. (Please see link) Who wouldn´t like to be at that beach…
      P.S. Krøyer was living at the top of Jutland, together with other painters, while the light in SKAGEN is very special. Their paintings are beautiful and extremely expensive.
      http://www.skagensmuseum.dk/index.php?id=681&L=2

  2. Drue Kataoka on

    you have a magnificent eye

    • giiid on

      Drue, I´m so glad to hear from you. Thank you for your nice compliment, it is such a good motivater for me.

  3. Scott Thomas Photography on

    Ah, lovely and very summer-y. I suppose you don’t roast hot dogs over this fire. 😉 We Americans are shamless. LOL

    • giiid on

      LOL! (Imagining the hotdogs disappearing…) 🙂

  4. Nye on

    Wow, amazing bon fire, I’d love to be there with a marshmallow, with a flame like that it might just bust into flame. 🙂

  5. giiid on

    🙂 At least you would need a very loong stick!

  6. Gerry on

    Lovely collage, Birgitte. I’m on a mission to change the name to “Beginning of Summer’s Eve” — the weather has barely started to warm in northern Michigan. Ah well. I’ll be whining about the heat in August.


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