A Christmas Walk by the Sea

This is a magnificent beach in Sejerø Bugt in Kattegat. It’s called Gudmindrup. But don’t tell anyone. Keep it as a secret 🙂

The sea was our main entertainment. When company came, we set them before it on rugs, with thermoses and sandwiches and colored umbrellas, as if the water – blue, green, gray, navy or silver as it might be – were enough to watch. ~ Sylvia Plath

3 thoughts on “A Christmas Walk by the Sea

  1. You know I miss the chance to walk by the sea just when I want…. it is the most refreshing, exciting ever changing place to walk. Until we moved here 40 years ago to middle England (the furthest most point to the sea in any direction) we had always lived either by the sea or near enough to accept it as a given state. Nor when we moved here did we think that the loss of seascapes would be such a major deprivation….. but it is, but also perhaps makes those visits we do get to the coast even more precious 🙂 (by the way the move here was a temporary one – just for a two year project. Still surprised that we are still here)

    • Hi David. It’s strange how things work out sometimes. I do appreciate the sea very much and it is always a thrill if the weather is bad. Dark clouds towering over the horizon, waves crashing against the pier, reflection of the sky in the sea.
      This is where you can experience the great drama completely relaxed, because you know you can get back to safety relatively quickly 😊
      David! You have mountains and you did an awestruck ‘expedition’ to northern Norway. I’m behind 😊

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