Posts in Travel
My Island: A Personal Guide To Ærø

I have some definite favourites on my list of places to go here on Ærø island that may drown in the mass of traditional tourist attractions and recommendations. So if you'd like to get my personal scoop on the very best the island has to offer read on…

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The West Coast

The Danish West coast nourishes me on every level. Although I live surrounded by the sea here on Aeroe, the West coast is something entirely different: The drama and scale, the power of nature, the colours of the sky, the sand, the windswept grasses, the deep mossy pine woods. I go here at least once a year, and if I don't I feel a longing deep inside me.

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What I Want My Children to Know

When getting ready for a solo airplane trip, leaving my kids behind, is always the time when I am most accutely aware of what "lessons" I would like to pass on to them. I don't much like flying. Or rather should I say, the control freak part of me don't like flying. So basically the "fear" of dying from my kids at a young age, strips away all the daily parenting of table manners, and the "don't tease your sister" conversations and leaves only the bare bones of what I think is important in life for my children to really take to heart.

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A Magical Woodland Walk

The drive home from Trysil is a 10 hour trip and half-way home the kids needed a proper break and we all needed to stretch our legs. So when we saw a row deer playing around on a field near by, giddy with spring impulses, it seemed the perfect occasion to pull away from the highway and explore a bit. But nothing prepared me or us for the magic that undfolded when we did.

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Trysil

Our skiing holidays at Trysil in the Norwegian mountains has been a family tradition since I was very young. I now spend more time in my hiking boots with camera in hand at sunrise and sunset than on the slopes by day, but I love watching my kids fall in love with the snow, the mountains and the feeling of freedom when you rush down the mountain so fast the wind pushes tears drops out of the corners of your eyes.

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Norway Roadtrip

For those of you who know me or follow me on instagram, you already know that I consider Norway my second country. It has been a part of my life ever since I was a little girl, back then mostly for winter holidays skiing with family, but in the later years I have been so furtunate to travel there in the summers as well. Back in August I was booked to photograph a wedding there for the third year in a row, and I had a wedding booked in Copenhagen the weekend before. So I decided to do a solo roadtrip in the week inbetween, driving from Cph to Oslo and North to Nesbyen to visit Alexander and Pauline at Lille Alpakka, then explore the two National Parks of Hardangervidda and Folgefonna, and finally head south to photograph the wedding in Stavanger.

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Venice, Italy

As often as possible, which currently means about once a year, I take a small trip abroad with one of my girlfriends. Just 3-5 days or so where I get to be just me. No kids, no husband, no house chores, no computer. Just me, a good friend, my camera, adventure and lots of walking. In 2014 it was Paris, in 2015 Portugal, and a few weeks ago, Venice, with my dear friend and fellow photographer, Hazel.

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