Freya’s Hall

“There is a lovely land with spreading, shady beeches…”
These opening lines are the introduction to one of the Danish national anthems. The words always make me think of a special place along the eastern coastline of Zealand the sea called Øresund.

Huge beautiful trees are standing as a symbol of ancient warriors and provide humans and gods cooling shade on a hot summer day. Some of those trees are leaning towards the sea as a tribute to the reflection of the blue sky.

I went on a bike ride along the Mill Stream to have a look at this unique place.

Once again, my expectations were fulfilled. The road to the sea is gorgeous now that all the foliage turn green. I drove through the deer park where the crown deer stood in the shadows like statues watching all my movements. I know where they are. Otherwise, I had driven past oblivious to them.

Finally, I could see the coast of Sweden in the distance behind the flashing blue sea while I was surrounded by those stately trees.

I was confirmed, this is Freya’s Hall.

The Mill Stream

The Mill Stream

Beautiful road signs

Beautiful road signs

Skovsyre, Oxalis Acerosella

Skovsyre, Oxalis Acerosella

Rådvad Dam

Rådvad Dam

Cycling along the Mill Stream

Cycling along the Mill Stream

Vorterod, Ranunculus Ficaria

Vorterod, Ranunculus Ficaria

Stampe Dam

Stampe Dam

Blooming mirabelle trees

Blooming mirabelle trees

Spring Forbi

Spring Forbi

Spring Forbi

Spring Forbi

Spring Forbi

Spring Forbi

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National anthem recorded in Koncerthuset, Copenhagen

Happy walk ❤

18 Comments on “Freya’s Hall

    • Well, now you can see what you are missing by not going to Denmark in May, Ash. I will post more of these heartbreaking beautiful surroundings from the lovely Zealand in Denmark 😀 😉
      Hanna

    • Dear Isabel. It is such a great pleasure to explore nature at the moment. Thank you ❤
      All the best,
      Hanna

  1. Another gorgeous tour! I’ve recently read a book about a character called Freya. It’s a beautiful name I think. 🙂

    • You are kind, Jane 🙂 The nature is stunning at the moment.
      I easily let me fascinate by the Norse Mythology which Freya is a part of. I find mythology interesting since it is included as a natural part of our culture. I think Freya is a beautiful name too.
      Wish you a lovely weekend!
      Hanna

    • Kære Kjersti. Jeg har været på en lang cykeltur i dag, og skoven er næsten helt grøn. Naturen grønnes dag for dag. ‘Den’ behøver ikke at ha’ så travlt 🙂 …og jeg nød det!
      Mange gode hilsner forårshilsner herfra og god weekend ❤
      Hanna

  2. That was enchanting. The sky and the sea are so blue. Wonderful images, Hanna.
    All the best, Alen

    • Alen, I am sure that you have taken pictures of a place you like, and subsequently find they don’t justify the inner experience you have of the place. I have to make a try another day. That’s a nice excuse for another excursion 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

    • Thank you, Resa 🙂 Sometimes nature make a great impression on you and it becomes existentially to get it right.
      Wish you a great day ❤
      Hanna

    • Querida Bárbara. Muchas gracias por participar en mis aventuras 🙂
      Abrazo y besos de vuelo rápido que el viento del Norte ❤
      Hanna

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