The Sealand Alps

I walk in the hills overlooking the glorious flashing blue Maglesø.
Vines, blackberries, apples and roses present themselves in the most attractive way.
Everywhere there is a lushness and a beauty hidden in these lovely green hills.
The Sealand Alps, a nickname for a beloved glacial landscape.

…Above the hills, along the blue,
Round the bright air with footing true,
To please the child, to paint the rose,
The gardener of the World, he goes.
Great is the sun, and wide he goes
Through empty heaven with repose;
And in the blue and glowing days
More thick than rain he showers his rays…
Summer Sun by Robert Louis Stevenson

Notes

I kan læse mere om Maglesø på danskebjerge.dk
Endvidere kan I se Maglesø klædt i hvidt i danskebjerge.dk’s galleri.

18 Comments on “The Sealand Alps

    • Tusind tak, Liss. En film ville være passende 🙂 Det er et interessant og smukt område.
      Mange hilsner,
      Hanna

      • Visste ikke at det fantes så mange flotte perler i Danmark, kjenner jo for det meste bare til sandstrendene der,så det er veldig kjekt å få se bilder av de herlige plassene du legger ut 🙂

      • Hej Liss. Der er mange interessante og spændende steder at udforske – også i Danmark 🙂
        Skovene; enge; marker; de mange søer; og Danmarks samlede kystlinie, som jeg iøvrigt er helt vild med 🙂 Ifølge Geodatastyrelsen er den samlede kystlinie på 8.754 km.
        Strækningen ved Møns klint er helt unik! Møns Klint

    • Gracias querida Magnoliae. Realmente es un paisaje notable por Dinamarca. Los ciclistas son muy feliz por las colinas.
      Yo no estaba 🙂 🙂

    • Thank you so much for your wishes, Jacint. I thought of you and your friends in the Spanish mountains 🙂 🙂

    • The area is very special to me. I’m happy that I succeed in giving it credit 🙂 ❤
      Thank you, Kamila,
      Hanna

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