A fugitive crosses his tracks

Lonely hillside tree on tiny danish island of Samsø.

(the title is borrowed from a Aksel Sandemose book title)

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

Straight coastlines, no the twisted are more exciting and longer too.

House for tourists, free to be alone – but on a tiny island people aren’t far away.

A cute little beach bird, maybe a beach boy too – don’t know.

Old equipment on a small former farm.

Field boulders used as base stones.

Ancient tomb place.

Even on a tiny island, neighbors can be on distance.

Walks have to be started

The journey through life has not stopped yet, although travel is paused.
All walks must start somewhere, here the ‘toothless’ duckling started.
For good reasons, I’ve only taken a few of the photos myself, but they’re all mine.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

Grandfather shortened the saturday shopping because the grandson came to visit.
His dog rushed at him too, because it adored my mother.

Neighbors delivered delicious fresh asparagus,
because the neighbor’s son and daughter-in-law were visiting.

Grandpa’s old car was sadly worn out,
when I was old enough to drive a car myself.

My mother’s very best friend, she adored me – she was so sweet.
The boys of her own age, they were tired of me getting all the attention.
She later became a dentist, but at that time I had no teeth.

Grown up in a home that was always open to everyone – with serious intentions.
Met many different people on the way through – with overnights in the straw hall too.
Lots of stories, not all happy – sometimes there was a reason for their choices.

At that time I liked being in front of the cameras.

The house where it all started.
Lived in childhood several different places.
With a father who wasn’t in her majesty’s service,
but in his majesty service.
Because at that time so the queen happens to be a king”.

All of these guests one by one inspired a curiosity about knowing the entire world.

Track to the sky

Gare de Aéroport Charles de Gaulle at Paris.
Major supplier and major recipient of many travelers to and from the city of cities.
Think it’s possible to walk around all day long there
– said with a twinkle in the eye, without seeing one single plane.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

New look, old charm

Liverpool with blue sky blurred in a faint reddish tone,
a lot has happened in the Albert Dock area
– since dock workers and their draft horses did real hard work.
A completely different atmosphere now, more relaxed
– or stressed in a different modern way than it used to be,
the time where no one thought of the charm of sweating in large quantities.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

On this walk (about a week ago) in the charming area
A yellow submarine is a necessity for a walk in Beatles Town.
Under the long slender chimney lies the “Old Pumphouse Pub”
– useful knowledge if the “evil” sweat suddenly do attack.

Wilderness of water

Easy day to be a seagull where Irish Sea and river Mersey meet.
Just unfold the wings, then the bird will fly, easy way learning to fly.
The fish down in the water probably never get seasick.

Walk inspired by “Restlessjo” and her captivating “Monday walk” themes.

Not a pirate captain seriously leaning on a parking ticket,
but a creative local artist who collects wreckage for his project.
It is a continuing process, over the years – mostly in stormy weather.
Because the river and the sea can’t keep “curious fingers” from the creation.
Both river Mersey and Irish Sea both supply and steal material at the same time.

A row of benches with their backs facing the river Mersey,
– a sensible choice in this kind of weather,
the waves beat over them incessantly.
Probably why the benches are unused right now.?