The Wind and the Lake

Windy weather is lovely. It freshens up the air, it’s excellent when you surf, a kite loves the wind and it’s brilliant when to dry your clothes.
I wanted to see the big lake, Furesøen in the fresh weather, and I was not disappointed, but my hairdresser might have been 🙂

Who has seen the wind?
Neither I nor you:
But when the leaves hang trembling,
The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind?
Neither you nor I:
But when the trees bow down their heads,
The wind is passing by.
Christina Rossetti

17 Comments on “The Wind and the Lake

  1. Oh a real breeze and everything at flood stage. Your pictures are lovely the way they show the wind turning the leaves in the tree tops to green and silver froth, while the meadow below stays warm and still, and again in the open driving the water across the lake; a real breeze!

    • Sorry to hear that, Jo. We don’t need that much rain!! Anyway, it will turn out to be an absolutely brilliant mosquito season here in Denmark. Sun followed by rain and the other way around 🙂 🙂

    • Querida Barbara. El lago es siempre un lugar maravilloso para visitar no importa en qué época del año 🙂
      Gran abrazo,

  2. So lovely! And Hanna, you have a way of appreciating and gracefully enjoying whatever nature has to offer. Be it wind, rain, sun, mosquitoes. In your world all is a gift. I love that!

    • The rain can be too persistent, the mosquitoes too many or summer days too intense, but it doesn’t change the fact that I love the outdoors.
      Thanks a lot for your lovely words, Ellington!!

  3. I got some shivers when I read this poem! It’s lovely, as are your photos. All of your captures I saw here today are wonderful! xo ❤

    • Thanks Resa. Nature creates miracles and if one stays out there long enough you are loaded with poetry.
      You know the feeling of getting high of happiness! That’s what the wind and the lake does to me 🙂
      xo ❤

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