The Mill River

 

12 Comments on “The Mill River

    • Thanks a lot, Mike. I did go after the right moment by studying the weather forecast. Nearly got fever in case I should lose it.
      One has to be fast when it concerns snow in Denmark. One moment the country is drowned in snow and a minute later the white beautiful stuff is a flood 😑😊

  1. This is one of the most stunning images I’ve seen on WordPress, Hanna — in any blog! It belongs in an art gallery. Very impressive!

    • That was a beautiful thing to say, Heide. I followed the weather forecast carefully. Denmark is rather special when it comes to snow. One moment it’s there and the next it’s gone. Another factor has a huge significance when it comes to loose powder snow on trees and branches, the wind. And the wind is a frequent guest in Denmark.
      A mix of planning and luck 😁

  2. Another magical picture, absolutely beautiful. Winter produces such fantastic sights.
    Here, they predict -29 C. for Wednesday night, so I may enjoy the scene from indoors! 🙂

    • Thanks a lot for your lovely words, Robert.
      -29 C is seriously cold. Hopefully there is no wind to accompany such low temperatures.
      Take care!!

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