History has become beach art, attractions for all regardless of age.
Whilst the sea and the sand collectively enter the exhibition.
Once in the future, the history is gone.
Somehow a progress if we learned something.
Weekly photo challenge “Unusual“.
Just south of the danish town Skagen in the most northern of Jutland.
There is plenty of heather and sand, the dunes are far from the world’s largest.
But the impression when you go there gives the feeling of far from civilization.
This civilation, Skagen, is only a couple of stone’s throw away.
The church was long back in the past one of Denmark’s largest.
Now only the tower visible, the rest is covered by sand.
*The main title is borrowed from a Belinda Carlisle song*
Have heard several long-term fishermen surprisingly declare:
To go out, it is feeling much slower than the home going.
Although the distance is almost the same.
Tried the trip out some miles before picking up into a speedboat.
The worth visiting Thursday’s Special themes created by Paula
The inspiring theme this week “Slow“.
The coast in northernern Jutland, close to Skagen.
Some hardcore hikers spend the night in these abandoned bunkers from WW2.
It is just important to consider the tide, otherwise it may be a wet awakening.
The coast in northernmost Jutland at the city of Skagen.
Bunkers from WW2 as a memory of a world in war.
Fortunately, we have become wiser, ah are we really become wiser.?
These reminders fascinate us more than they make us think.
Daily prompt “Disastrous“.
Sun-dried flatfish in the danish town of Skagen.
Some think it’s a very delicate eating, others don’t think so at all.
Skagen is the northernmost town on the danish peninsula Jutland.
Occasionally known in english as The Scaw.
The town of Skagen is famous because of the inspiring light.
Especially painters have been attracted throughout the ages.
This pale yellow color called “scaw-yellow” in danish “Skagensgult”.