I usually just stick to our own side of the bay on photo walks, but I have to admit that after 10 years of shooting there in every posible weather, light and season, I am growing slightly weary of the same motifs. So I decided to walk to the opposite side of the bay, and I am so glad I did.Read More
I spent a large part of yesterday afternoon at Vesterstrand all alone. Just me and my camera and a few horses and butterflies and seagulls. And the rain. SO much rain…Read More
I get that question alot. Somehow it is a circumstance that facinates people, also Danes, even though Denmark, in addition to the main Peninsula, Jutland, is made up of no less than 1.419 smaller islands, out of which over 400 are inhabited.
Just this past week two different lovely women (who are currently both living in the Copenhagen area) wrote me on Instagram to ask me that same question: What is it like living on an island?Read More
And as I walked along the coast today with my husband and kids, I felt only joy and saw only beauty - white and blue beauty...Read More
Autumn is almost at an end this time around, and the last few tough leaves are clinging on as the strong West wind desperately tries to carry them away. It seemed the perfect time to take a family walk down to the sea to relish in the last colourful bits of my favourite season.Read More