Tag: vildmoset

  • Daily Dose of Denmark: Orange

    Daily Dose of Denmark: Orange

    See more Denmark at Meermond‘s ↗ blog where I’m a co-author.

  • The strange hut

    The strange hut

    In the wild moor (Vildmoset) in northern Jutland, there’s a strange hut in the middle of nowhere. On the edge between fields and the wild original moor, where old trees are growing and the ground is boggy. Maybe it once was used as a shelter for animals, or for machines and tools used for farming.…

  • The white twigs

    The white twigs

    While most trees have rather dark brownish or greenish bark, some have white twigs and branches, that stand out amongst the others. It’s hard to capture this sensation, and maybe a black and white image will work best in this case. Here are the trees:  

  • Pouring down

    Pouring down

    It’s April in Denmark’s northern Jutland. And, as anywhere else in central and northern Europe, the weather is changing constantly from sunny, to rainy periods, and even snow is still falling. The clouds often push down hard on the farms in the wild moor, which are covering behind their trees, seeking shelter from the rigour.

  • Sonnenaufgang im Moor

    Sonnenaufgang im Moor

  • Summer dream

    Summer dream

    Warm winter light shed on marsh grass