Monday, November 26, 2018

Moody Day on the Baltic Sea [Through My Lens Nr. 168]

The Copenhagen Travel series is still being edited, but I'm finally getting down to post the first images. These are some odds and ends from the main series, showing you the shorelines of the Baltic Sea, a few miles south from Copenhagen. The purpose of the visit there, was actually the ARKEN museum, which I will show you in detail in the main series. Right next to the museum is this amazing beach with some wonderful Scandinavian sights as well as industrial life peaking out in the distance.

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12 comments:

  1. Wow--- I love that shot with the wind turbines--Wild!

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  2. I've never seen industrial shoreline of the Baltic Sea. Here it's more green and turist.
    Thank you for hosting.

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  3. Very beautiful. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  4. Amazing pics.
    Loved the post.

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  5. Great photos! I like the fourth one best.
    Have a wonderful week!

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  6. Looking chilly, brrr :) But I love the light! (2nd photo my favourite!)

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  7. Love the wind generators. We have a small one at our cabin. Both fortunately (for our float cabin) and unfortuately (for our wind generator) we live in a protected spot. - Margy

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  8. Beautiful photos - love that little house. Thanks for hosting and giving us a chance to link up our posts.

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  9. What solitude and wonder the seaside series brings. . .great photos!

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  10. Someone tell that guy you can fly a kite from the beach!

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