Daily Dose of Denmark: After Sunset
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Over one and a half hour after sunset the blue hour is at it’s best and shows a final light show. Dark blues, a golden shimmer and silver reflections create a unique scenery. See more Denmark at Meermond‘s ↗ blog where I’m a co-author.
Many enjoy looking at the clouds, freeing their fantasy to explore the unexpected. Here’s a monsterous cloud over Rødhus beach. What do you see in it? Leave a comment! See more Denmark at Meermond‘s ↗ blog where I’m a co-author.
Covered in the dunes even a sunny day in March can be cozy at the beach of the Jammerbugt, the west coast of Denmark, which starts at Hirtshals and extends southward passing Løkken and Blokhus and ends at Vigsø. A unique place in the north.
Sand, dunes, the sea and…snow! That’s what Denmark’s west coast is (can be) in January.
Ten minutes after sunset. Clouds in the sky. The river slowly passing by. A silent sensation of nature. See more sunsets in Denmark at Meermond’s blog here and here. (I’m a co-author there.)
Often the weather is changing fast in the north. I went to Løkken to take some pictures with the beautiful soft morning light, but the sun mostly hid behind the clouds. I was just at giving up when it happened and the low hanging sun hit the waves. Find more …
Stormy weather, cliffs and rough sea. Feel the wind in your face and nature in your soul. Enjoy! Find more Denmark at Meermond’s blog ↗ where I’m a co-author. See especially this article about Lønstrup.