To begin with, it was silence that dominated natures sound scape. Weakly I could hear the children play on the other side of the lake, but then there was this deep low-frequency engine sound. That sounds like a… Read More
Choose the winding paths on winter days, and nature comes close to you.
I haven’t seen him for weeks now. The first time we met him, he lectured about wildlife in the bog. He is always accompanied by female assistants. They carry all sorts of stuff for him: Buckets, magnifying glass,… Read More
Tonight a storm will hit Denmark. The water level is expected to reach new heights. Many homes are threatened by flood waters. The Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde ensures the museum towards the sea while the waves are… Read More
The fragrance of heather and bog is like an instant journey into the Norwegian mountains.
“Great is the sun, and wide he goes Through empty heaven with repose; And in the blue and glowing days More thick than rain he showers his rays. Though closer still the blinds we pull To keep the… Read More
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… Read More