On Christmas Day we went to the sea…

We could cover the windows with snow spray.
If we do that, we don’t have to look at the horrible weather.
We were seated at a wonderful Christmas table though the view towards the sea was blurred.
The rocky coastline faded away in a rough sea and heavy rain.
However, we quickly forgot the weather in the cheerful company with anecdotes, singing and delicious food.
On Christmas Day the weather was excellent, the rain had stopped 🙂

To our dear hosts:
May you live as long as you want,
And never want as long as you live.

30 thoughts on “On Christmas Day we went to the sea…

  1. Julvädret har verkligen varit…dåligt. Sämsta någonsin, tror jag. Så många plusgrader, vind och mycket regn. Otroligt fina bilder trots vädret!
    Gott Nytt År!

    • Kære Leya. Du har ret. Jeg har mindes heller ikke et vejr så trist. Det overrasker alligevel positivt, når man går ud i det – iklædt det rigtige tøj vel og mærke 🙂 🙂
      Jeg ønsker dig et dejligt og fint nytår.
      Kærlig hilsen,

    • Thanks a lot for your nice compliment, Stefan.
      I wish you a year that is filled with joy, happiness, hope, and prosperity.
      All the best,

  2. it rained all day for our christmas but like you said you forget it umongst alll the cheer :)x

  3. I really enjoyed looking at these beautiful Danish landscapes, and even grey weather doesn’t disturb the beauty, dear Hanna, all the best for 2018, kind regards Mitza

    • Dear Mitza. Thanks a lot for your lovely comment. You are right about the weather. Sometimes you just have to get close to what matters, shapes and colors hidden in rain and mist 🙂
      Denmark has rocky coast in one place, and that is Bornholm.
      I would love to visit Bornholm in the spring. The geology is very different from the rest of Denmark
      My post about Christmas Day is from Halland in Sweden, and it has an outstanding poetic nature.
      Many good greetings to you and a wonderful 2018 ❤

      • Sweden is a very beautiful country, too. We have passed Denmark a lot of times on our way to Sweden. I’m looking forward to your walks in 2018, kind regards Mitza

  4. As I saw these pictures – the stones on the sand, the cove, the isthmus, the wet meadow and the wild-apple shrubs – my first thought was Skrea Näs or Boberg. And then I saw it ‘s Steninge. Alright – typical Halland coastline between Falkenberg and Halmstad. I grew up in Falkenberg, and spent a lot of my teens wandering, bird-watching or fishing along the dunes and cliffs there. So I’ve got it all under my skin. I hope to go there soon. Thanks for reminding me.

    • Thanks Jo 🙂 It reminds me of the way Tolkien forms his beautiful written poetry.
      This one is an Irish Blessing.
      Happy New Year to you too ❤

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