My Favourite Beach

Tisvildeleje, this beach is my favourite beach in all times of year.
In late summer when people are hiding in the dunes to catch the last warmth from the sun, in autumn when the sky is clear and one can see forever, in winter when snow covers the sand, and in summer when children’s laughter fades away light as feathers in the wind.
This is joy!
Go out there and find your own favourite place.

Tisvildeleje Strand

43 Comments on “My Favourite Beach

      • Estoy de acuerdo con usted, Barbara. Es importante, que nos encontramos capaces de encontrar naturaleza virgen, y es prudente estar al tanto de ello.
        Un fuerte abrazo ❤

    • Hola Leo. Hay una especie de templos en la naturaleza. Usted puede tener la suerte de encontrar uno de ellos. Cuando los encuentra, uno nunca está en duda. En primer lugar se produce un momento de oro. Una gran alegría y la paz, seguido de inspiración y energía. Mágico! 🙂

  1. What a beautiful place, Hanna … and what a lovely photo you’ve made of it. I can almost feel the wind on my face and the soft sand under my feet. 🙂

  2. I love “your favorite place.” I think we all have always, our favorite space, our refuge, where I always turn to meditate and to find ourselves. I have it too. Cheers, Hanna! 😉

    • Thanks a lot for that compliment, Jacint! Refugees are important for keeping our soul intact. I have no doubt that you have favourite places to judge from your photos 🙂
      All the best,

    • Nordsjælland har meget smukke strande. Danmarks store kystlinie er noget af det fineste og afvekslende natur man kan finde. Jeg håber, du finder tid til besøg, hvis lejlighed byder sig.
      Mange gode hilsner,

    • Hi Alen. The area is more than “just” a beach. Behind the dunes lies a vast grassland which lies up against a troll forest – Yes! A troll forest.
      The windswept pines in the forest stretch their arms and legs in an attempt to escape from the ruthless sea towards the mainland. That gives the impression of a crowded place with orcs and trolls.
      If I have to have shoes on and off while I take pictures, it ends up with sand in the optics….and you better be fit for fight if the pines become alive 🙂

      • It is wild because the authorities recognize it as a unique nature. That’s good!!!!
        I’ll stick to the moral, Alen 🙂

    • Thanks a lot, Leya. You can walk for miles enjoying your own company 🙂
      What about “Wallander’s beach”? Österlen? Ales Stenar? Sandhammeran?

      • Lovely all of them…except Wallander’s beach? Don’t know that one…
        And I do not know if I enjoy my own company – rather I enjoy Nature better alone.

      • Enjoying your own company was just a little banter… and of course a little self-irony 😀 🙂
        Wallander filmene viser klip fra strandene ved Ystad –

      • Jo jag förstod det. Men Ystads sandskog har jag aldrig besökt! Och visst…självironi är viktigt😉

      • Jeg kunne tænke mig at vandre fra Ystads sandskog frem mod Ales stenar.
        Ales stenar er et enestående monument. Wiki skriver 500 år f.v.t. ?
        Jeg har oplevet skibssætningen i solnedgang, helt fantastisk ❤

      • Den är fantastisk – särskilt i solnedgången. Och läget på kullen är mycket flott. Dags för mig att åka dit igen?

      • I skimmed my pictures from November/December last year. Those months are awesome when it comes to photography!!
        Therefore, you must go to the Stones to make the ultimate proof of the ancient Sweden 🙂

      • Haha, I guess they are good months because of the bad weather. photos do get very good in fog and drizzle. (Seriously), but I do not know about a walk to the stones then. I live quite some kilometres away…

      • Your hike might require many packed lunch maybe carried on a mule. (I’m accused to have a vivid fantasy 🙂 )
        …but not in fog and drizzle even if that might be charming from time to time 🙂

      • I’d love to have a mule carrying my things. Then I could easily walk the Camino as well…

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