Tag Archives: Denmark

Danish summer: Marielyst edition

Danish summer: Marielyst edition
Marielyst: a Mediterranean reminder with a 20 km stretch of white sand dunes beach on the Baltic island of Falster, in Denmark. Minimal. Minimalistic minimalism. Good for collecting types of clouds for a nice atlas. Good for collecting hues and tints and shades and colors. Good for collecting sunsets. Good for collecting melancholic memories. Good for collecting smiles. And moments of calmness.

A journey to remember and some mindless thoughts: from Copenhagen to Berlin, via Rostock – 369 km (total: 2.540 km)

A journey to remember and some mindless thoughts: from Copenhagen to Berlin, via Rostock – 369 km (total: 2.540 km)
Hello to everyone out there still following The World Photo Tour! Hello to all the others as well! This is the new update on my walk around the world. Not much time to write as I am ready to leave Prague for Vienna now (the Berlin – Vienna leg will be updated once in Austria), so here goes – the adventures from Copenhagen to Berlin, via Rostock, as they happened and as I remember them. Plus some extra mindless thoughts. All my ... [read more]

The frenzy goes on. From Aalborg to København, via Aarhus – 299 km (total: 2.171 km)

The frenzy goes on. From Aalborg to København, via Aarhus – 299 km (total: 2.171 km)
The walk around the world continues with the update for the Aalborg – Copenhagen leg. Camera, lights, action, photos! Oh, and the light! Amazing in this part of the world. Ready for a new adventure? Have a coffee, sit back, enjoy the show! The latest on The World Photo Tour is here again. More photos, more people, more stories. Let’s begin! The previous article on my walk around the world might have surprised some of you. But ... [read more]

World, re-arranged. From Flensburg to Aalborg, via Viborg: 280 km (total: 1.872 km)

World, re-arranged. From Flensburg to Aalborg, via Viborg: 280 km (total: 1.872 km)
Brace yourself. The latest on The World Photo Tour is here. Leaving Aalborg in 3, 2, 1… But, until then, we were in Flensburg the last time we talked. Almost 300 km and a month later, this is what happened. Flensburg. Left it with unsecurity, but in a hurry. Denmark to follow. I’ve met so many people so far. And many more will follow. I entered Denmark as one would go from the living-room into the kitchen. Did you know there are ... [read more]