15 April 2014

West coast

The sky was blue today, small clusters of wooly clouds scattered over it like white pearls. We enjoyed the sun and defied the strong winds on the beach of the notoriously wild Vesterhavet (the Western Sea) where we took a walk in the sand. The beaches along the western coast is filled with old German bunkers left over from WWII. They look as if dropped from the sky, halves buried deep in the sand, only the windblown cement corners peeping up. It looks surreal and worked as an interesting backdrop for our windy walk. Of course, there were loads of photos taken.
I took a sneaky, blurry selfie in AE's new blue mirror glasses.
AE looked pretty sharp himself.
NP played around.
My mom is always colourful.
Sweet NP.

2 comments:

Michelle R. Rasmussen said...

Tror aldrig jeg kan sige det nok, men elsker simpelthen din blog !

Herlige billeder. Ser bestemt ud til at I havde en rigtig skøn dag sammen. Der er ved at være år siden, at jeg sidst besøgte Vesterhavet - måske man skulle tage et kig forbi en dag :)

God påske.

karen sofie said...

Michelle; Åh, tusind tak! Det er så dejligt at høre, og dejligt du blived ved at kigge herind!
Vesterhavet er bestemt et besøg værd - jeg er der også alt for sjældent og kunne have brugt meget længere tid der. Nu ramlede vi lige ind i en kuling, så det skar et væsentligt stykke af nydelsen derude, men sådan er der jo så meget. God påske til dig også!