Archive for the ‘jutland’ Category

A view (update)

Update 21.7
Scott Thomas made a post with pictures of golden clouds, taken July 17. Perhaps it was the same clouds  as I saw on July 16 (below), on their way to USA. Thank you for the link, Scott.

The summer bouquet

Heather in a vase 2

Jutland has many areas with heather, one of them is the area that we use to go to for holiday. We use to take a small bouquet of heather with us back home and put it in an vase without water, to look at until we are going back next year for a new bouquet. I found a photo of a heat  in Jutland at Wikipedia.

Update:  Wikipedia link about the heat

Thank you

roseleaves and flowers

Thank you everyone for sending me your birthday-greetings, I have enjoyed receiving all the nice and humorous words. I also enjoyed the comments  I got during my trip to Jutland. That mobile internet-modem that we brought was actually fun to have….when it was available ofcourse. A good motivator to get up early…

Holiday is over, children have started school and their parents have started working again. I´m looking forward to continue blogging, reading your blogs and see your all summerphotos.

I hope you have had a wonderful and refreshing holiday, and feel ready continuing your blogging.



27 once again….. 😉
My family made me the traditionel morning-table; with “morning- bread” as we call it, pastry and ofcourse flags and presents. Not to forget the birthday song: “Today is Giiids birthday, hurray, hurray,hurray, she probably will get a present, one she has been hoping for this year, and she will get nice chokolate and cakes. (sorry about this  disastrous translation, but the meaning is OK.) There are more verses, I´ll leave you with this one.
This song is used for every birthday in Denmark, I think, even for the prins Henriks 70´th birthday last month.

Good morning


I woke up early. The sunrise made me go to the beach, trying to catch some of it with my camera.



Living close to the sea must be wonderful, every day a new combinations of cloudes, colors, wawes…We love returning to this place every summer.

Eveninglight at boats

eveninglight at boats

“Can I borrow your camera for a moment” my son (17) asked some days ago….a little later he came back with the most amazing photos.
Next time it´s me asking “Would you like to borrow my camera?” I want to see more!



I love being close to the sea, (or inlet as this is) because of the constant changes in how everything looks, depending of how the the weather is. Every change has its own charm.

Summer cloudes

cloudes 1

Wonderful darkness


One of the things I enjoy by staying here, is the absolute darkness at night. This has become a rare experience to get despite how basic it is. I am glad to have some men around me, to defend us against imaginary ghost, though.