Thankfully, it wasn’t too cold for a good laugh

Solbjerg Engsø! I have a fond memory of a summer day with differently coloured flowers along the northern part of the lake.
The lake is known as a foraging site for resident- and migratory birds. I’m well aware that it’s too early for summer flowers, but maybe there were migratory birds.
A man came walking towards the parking lot with a bird binoculars around his neck.

Have you seen any rare birds today, I asked.

No not at all, he replied. Some geese on the lake, that’s all.
I was hoping for some migratory birds, but it’s probably too cold for them.
We talked a bit about how cold it was. And about the relatively few shrubs and trees with sprouted flowers compared to the season.
As we stood on the path, the sun disappeared and the wind picked up.
If you go down to the lake there is a bench but it’s not much worth.
Why not, I asked. It’s way too cold, too, he said laughing.

We wished each other a wonderful spring despite: ‘You – Know – What’☃️❄️😊

An Irish Blessing:

May the raindrops fall lightly on your brow.
May the soft winds freshen your spirit.
May the sunshine brighten your heart
May the burdens of the day rest lightly upon you.
And may God enfold you in the mantle of His love.

7 thoughts on “Thankfully, it wasn’t too cold for a good laugh

    • Thank you so much. April and May is wonderful months in Denmark. The sky is full of drifting clouds. A condition I love so much despite the coldness.
      You can find much scenery like this due to the many gorgeous lakes in Denmark and the westerly wind belt.
      The lake is located in North Zealand and is part of a number of newer wetlands of a total of 350 ha, which together will improve the water quality in Arresø, Denmark’s largest lake.
      I love the Irish Blessings 😊

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