What a great visit to Mon and an outstanding walk along the Baltic Sea.
The rivers in Denmark are few and they rarely swell, as Lagan does.
Lagan River is a popular place for salmon fishing.
‘The Lagan is one of four main west coast rivers in south-western Sweden besides Göta river. It is with 244 kilometres one of the longest rivers in southern Sweden.
People have been following the river from the coastal areas since the Viking Age and settling in its vicinity.
Along Lagan was a trading route, the so-called Lagastigen, which is now part of the road E4.’ Wikipedia.
This was a beautiful sunny day. I went for the open sky, the sheep on the field and the wind in my hair.
When my walk was coming to an end I suddenly realised that I stood opposite to Rudersdal Museer with the permanent exhibition on the 7000 year old graves from the hunters who lived in Vedbæk in the Stone Age.
I could see three of the most unusual Stone Age graves exhibited and I could see the environment in which the hunters lived and what tools they used.
Some of my photos are from Vedbæk, the area in which the graves were found.