A Poem is a walk

These grazing meadows are in the middle of a large wooded area.
It is an inexhaustible source of different walks.
The landscape has repeatedly been exposed to different influences of ice age, leaving a highly hilly landscape according to Danish standards. Hurray for diversity ❤

With the first step, the number of shapes the walk might take is infinite, but then the walk begins to define itself as it goes along, though freedom remains total with each step: any tempting side road can be turned into an impulse, or any wild patch of woods can be explored. The pattern of the walk is to come true, is to be recognized, discovered.
A.R. Ammons


24 Comments on “A Poem is a walk

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  2. “A poem is a walk”, and your walks are poems. Very gorgeous! Thank you, Hanna! 😀 x

    • Hi Jo! Thanks a lot for that. I wish you happy walks too. Hope the weather is as lovely as it is here in Denmark right now 🙂 🙂

    • This is one of my many favourite walk. Grazing beds, lakes, very hilly terrain and lovely forest. It doesn’t get much better 🙂

  3. So many beautiful nature picture, Hanna. They are really lovely. Pic 12 is so cool, how have you edit it?

    • Thanks a lot, John. It’s an image effect I have on my camera: Watercolour.
      I love to emphasise winding paths, birch trees …the list is long 🙂

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  5. I think a walk can be like a poem and you have shown this to me by your wonderful photos. I specially like the old red house on a little hill. I would like to live there. You have such wonderful landscapes where you live. Have a nice day, Hanna, kind regards Mitza

    • Dear Mitza. I love to explore the place where I live and there seems to be an inexhaustible source ❤ 🙂
      Thank you for your lovely words!!
      All the best,

  6. So wundervolle Natur, da würde ich auch gerne spazieren gehen und Fotos machen 🙂

    Liebe Grüße von Mathilda ❤

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