The Sea and the Ferry

Overfarten mellem Hundested og Rørvig er altid fuld af forventning. Rørvig er unik dansk natur, og sandstrandene hører til blandt de bedste i Danmark.
Vejret var flot for en uge siden. Vinden var tæt på stormstyrke, men med solskin.
Det var min plan at gå ud på Hov Vig Nakke, men vejret slog om undervejs, og sorte skyer lovede masser af regn, da færgen nåede Rørvig.
Jeg besluttede mig for en kortere tur, og tog færgen tilbage.
Det var godt det samme, da det bliver tidligt mørkt 🙂

Hvor er vi henne?  Hundested – Rørvig

Isefjord Hundested i solnedgang

‘I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in’
By John Muir

26 thoughts on “The Sea and the Ferry

    • Thank you ❤ Yes, it is interesting that the sea brings us so much joy. Perhaps it is deep in the human nature that the sea gives us opportunities to survive.
      We have a coastline of over 7,000 kilometers in Denmark, and there are thousands of examples of settlements along the water.
      'The Ertebølle culture (ca 5300 BC – 3950 BC) is the name of a hunter-gatherer and fisher, pottery-making culture dating to the end of the Mesolithic period. The culture was concentrated in Southern Scandinavia, but genetically linked to strongly related cultures in Northern Germany and the Northern Netherlands. It is named after the type site, a location in the small village of Ertebølle on Limfjorden in Danish Jutland.'*
      The Ertebølle population settled on promontories, near or on beaches, on islands and along rivers and estuaries away from the dense forests.
      Well one could give it an idea 🙂 🙂 Archetypal memory perhaps 💡
      Are you still with me? 🙂
      All the best,

  1. The sea is always so blue in Denmark, Hanna. You live in a beautiful part of the world.
    Regards, Alen
    PS I love the hello and goodbye area sign.

    • Hi there, McEff 🙂 Thanks a lot!!
      I like the hello and goodbye area sign too. Signs don’t have to be boring. You should take a look at Barbara’s visit to Florence.
      Wish you a blue sky too 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for following (carl wright) my twitter account. Just had a chance to visit your blog today. Your photos are amazing. Your coastal photos in Denmark remind me somewhat of the eastern provinces of Canada, with the cold looking waters.

    Thank you for sharing! 🙂


    • Hej Marina.
      Tusind tak for din dejlige kommentar. Jeg er bliver altid motiveret, når jeg læser din blog. Tak for det ❤
      Mange gode hilsner,

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