After the night’s storm large amounts of water was pouring into the river from the old mill place. I stood a moment absorbed by the sound and sight. Shortly after entering the forest a sudden movement in the twilight kept my attention to the huge trees on my left side. There he was a very large stag moving like a king just in front of me.
At times like this one can feel very small being all alone in front of his majesty
His image stays frozen in my memory for a long time.
An amazing stroll in the dim daylight.
Overfarten mellem Hundested og Rørvig er altid fuld af forventning. Rørvig er unik dansk natur, og sandstrandene hører til blandt de bedste i Danmark.
Vejret var flot for en uge siden. Vinden var tæt på stormstyrke, men med solskin.
Det var min plan at gå ud på Hov Vig Nakke, men vejret slog om undervejs, og sorte skyer lovede masser af regn, da færgen nåede Rørvig.
Jeg besluttede mig for en kortere tur, og tog færgen tilbage.
Det var godt det samme, da det bliver tidligt mørkt 🙂
Hvor er vi henne? Hundested – Rørvig
‘I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in’
By John Muir
I read a post yesterday about how to survive a walk in a bog written by Beth from About Life and Hiking in Cumbria
The tips amused me and made me think of my own wet expeditions to bogs in Scandinavia
Click my picture from today and read the 10 advice from Beth:
Happy walk out there and enjoy the weekend ❤