I was curious enough to take a very short walk along the beach. The wind was ice-cold.
The eastern wind and Jack Frost had rebuild the beach.

14 Replies to “The Frozen Beach”

    1. Hi Leya. It was a torment to be there, literally! The impact of the wind did hurt my skin. But the sight of the ice was awesome 🙂 A SHORT walk for sure 🙂

    1. Hi Montunky. Yes it’s interesting and sometimes beautiful when the elements are raging.
      Thank you so much!!
      All the best,

  1. Yep, that looks about the same as it is over here. The sun is getting higher and higher in the sky and, warmer every day but, winter still has a grip on the landscape. Having said that, we know that the days of snow and ice are now numbered so, all we need is a little bit of patience. 🙂

    1. Thanks a lot for your comment. It has its charm when the seasonal character is expressed. Though this time a little late 🙂
      It is early in this first spring month that winter has taken its place in Denmark.
      Nevertheless I will arm myself with patience and wait for the normal spring 🙂
      All the best,

    1. Thank you!! I only have ordinary winter clothes. Polar equipment had been more appropriate 🙂
      Even the waves were frozen as waves. Never seen that before! xx

  2. BRRRRR! Just *looking* at your images makes me need a thicker coat, Hanna. Hope you managed to stay warm while you captured these beautiful photos.

    1. I didn’t, Heide 🙂 The cold was terrible!!
      A hike in Sweden in minus 22 degrees Celsius was warmer than the wind that came from the sea that day 🙂
      All the best,

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