A two hours’ walk to reach the top end of Denmark, where the two seas meet – The North Sea and The Baltic.
Tough winds and soft sand made the walk feel even longer. But the play of light and shadow over land and sea had me intensely occupied.
Sand finds its way in if you don’t wear the right clothes.
A tough walk for small children – happy to have a strong dad at hand! And, we all made it just before sunset.
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oh these skies are heavenly
Wonderful clouds and you’ve captured the coastal light so well!
An amazing day for photos. Those skies really add to the images. No wonder you were enthralled.
John, I have been waiting for many years to see this area!
Loving your representations of Skagen which forms the background to so many wonderful paintings by the Skagen artists of Scandinavia. The light is superb.
Thank you – I have been waiting for many years for this visit.
Gorgeous, thanks for taking us along 🙂
It seems I am one of many fortunate ones to walk in the sand with you . . . we can all wish – I would wish you to be here in northern New South Wales to walk along with me south from the Cape Byron lighthouse . . . actually a rather similar feeling=world but in all probability more pacific weather . . .,
I’ love to come!
A wonderful adventure and glad I went along 🙂
Glad to have you!!
Such wonderful photos – the light, the sense of movement from those clouds and waves. Time I ventured onto a beach again.
Thank you, Jude. That’s what I should do more often as well…
Oh what lovely light in your photos. Looks like a lovely walk
I could have been without the wind though…sand flying all the time made me worry about the camera. But otherwise, a great walk!
I was with you in spirit. I’ve just come down from watching the clouds march across the skyline, up on my roof. We walked in the salt marshes this morning. Still a bit too warm for our first walk of the season, but the company was wonderful.
Enjoy, Jo! I have 25 degrees, clear skies and no wind for a couple of days before the rains start again.
Remarkable images, AC! Thank you for taking us there.
My pleasure, Amy.
Thank you, Lily.
Amazing images Ann Christine!
Thank you, Anne. I was worried about getting sand into the camera all the time.
It was…but a bit windy…
What a wonderful walk. Thank you.
Thank you for coming along, Michael.
Oh, I can smell the ozone, and feel the wind tugging at my clothes in these atmospheric photos!
Thank you, Margaret! That was a vivid comment!
what a great walk! Beautiful pictures of the sea and beach. It was quite a walk, wasn’t it?
Keep well and happy
The Fab Four of Cley
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
Happy you liked it, Fab Four! Yes, it was quite a walk – and we got totally blown away… ;-D
This wind can be a problem at our beach as well. We have to tie up Siri 🙂 and 🙂 Selma then.
Wishig you a wonderful weekend
The Fab Four of Cley
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂
😊Glad you tie them up – so we can meet them every week!
Thank you for sharing your walk. Your photos give a strong sense of this special place.
Thank you for reading. And I am happy you could feel how special this place is.
What a lovely walk and your photographs do it justice. So glad you made it for the sunset.
Thank you, Mari. And we did get blown away! (pun intended)
Thank you, Sue