Christmas spirit in The Winter 2011

Vi havde fantastiske snevejrsdage ved Bramsnæs i 2011. Når man kører forbi Dejligheden er der stor fare for at køre i grøften. Jeg har hørt mennesker tale om naturtempler. Steder i naturen med en særlig sjælden skønhed. Dejligheden er sådan et sted.

Ryegård Gods har juletræssalg hvert år. Godset ligger 3-4 km inde i landet, omgivet af gravhøje, marker og skov. Videoen nederst på siden fra vinteren 2011 er meget stemningsfuld ❤




We had fantastic snowy days at Bramsnæs in 2011. When driving past Dejligheden there was great danger of driving in the ditch. I have heard people talk about natural temples. Locations in nature with a special rare beauty. Dejligheden is such a place.
The estate Ryegaard has Christmas trees for sale every year, and this video from the winter of 2011 is very evocative


Ryegård Gods ligger mellem Roskilde og Holbæk. Her er I tæt på Skjoldungelandet og flotte vandreture. I kan også gå en tur i Dyrehaven
Skjoldungestierne er kortlagt, og I kan downloade kort her: Skoldungestierne

God tur i den friske luft ❤

18 thoughts on “Christmas spirit in The Winter 2011

  1. Wow… incredible images…

    I just loved the first one 🙂

    For someone who has seen snow only in photos and videos this is really a different world altogether 🙂

    Thank you so much for sharing…

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 🙂

    • Thank you for your lovely comment, Sreejith Nair. Living in Scandinavia it´s hard not to connect snow with Christmas ❤ 🙂
      I once had a stroll in a forest. It started to snow and gradually the forest transformed into a whole new world. The distance between the trees seemed different and the whole forest was turned at last.
      I wish you a Merry Christmas too 🙂

      • Thank you so much, Hanna 🙂

        Here it’s a different story altogether. Being in tropics we have only two seasons, rainy and not rainy 🙂

        I have a few friends living in Scandinavia, and would really like to explore the land of Father Christmas, Reindeer and Aurora 🙂

      • You are most welcome 🙂 I hope weather behaves in your home area, despite the climate change.
        I would like to explore Greenland, Finland and Norway too. However, I’ve hiked a lot in Norway. It is a wonderful country.
        Once hiking in the south of Denmark I experienced Aurora. That was breathtaking ❤
        I hope you get your dreams fullfilled.
        All the best,

    • Thank you, Alen. The snowy scenes are from 2010 – 2011. Actually we had to cancel our holiday that Christmas due to blocked roads.
      Now muddy road is the dominating factor 🙂
      All the best,

    • That is very kind of you to say, Alexander. I do like that kind of weather as long as it stays that way.
      But often in Denmark the weather changes with rain in between. That causes broken arms and legs and I am limited in my walks because it is too slippery.
      Yet when the first snow falls it is beautiful indeed.
      At the moment it is raining cats and dogs outside so I’m looking trough my archives for another snowy post 🙂

  2. My children are grown up now & we shall only have phone calls this Christmas with them & our grandchildren! However we shall still have singing & baking!

    • That’s the true spirit. You will be happy from singing together. Scent from pastries and spruce, renditions of Christmas songs and old Christmas decorations be taken out from neatly packed boxes. It is gratifying ❤ 🙂

  3. Your pictures are beautiful and the video shows just how the run up to Christmas should be, in peace and with happiness! How rich our lives are especially with children to help celebrate this time of year.

    • Thank you. You’re right, Ash. The idea is to slow down and enjoy the preparations with the children.
      Retrieve spruce and pine cones in nature. Singing, baking, cutting and pasting. The children love it ❤ 🙂
      All the best,

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