Roadtrip North

After returning from Bergen, we rented a car and did a quick road trip.

We drove to Skagen, the very northern most point in Denmark. Sand dunes, beach pebbles and empty beaches awaited us. 

It was cold and at times seemed desolate. We found the landscape to be very beautiful.

Posted on June 23rd, 2018

More Bikes!

Looking through my photos from Denmark, bicycles were a consistent theme. It makes sense. Danish bike culture dates back to the first bicycle. In Copenhagen people have biked to work since the 1880’s. 

They’re ubiquitous!

Bikes seem to be a part of the cityscape. They fit right in with the posters, graffiti and street art.

Posted on May 31st, 2017

Aarhus, 3 Small Scenes

At the harbor entrance.

The new public library.


Posted on May 29th, 2017


ARoS, the Aarhus Art Museum was one of the highlights of our trip.

Your Rainbow Panorama, a 150 meter-long footbridge, floats 50 meters above ground on the roof of ARoS. The rainbow was designed by world famous Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson.

We were fortunate to be there on a spectacular Spring day. Walking inside and around Your Rainbow Panorama was a unique experience. Psychadelic!!!

Posted on May 25th, 2017

Aarhus Bike Scene

Like Copenhagen, Aarhus has a dedicated biking community. Cold and rain don’t stop them from riding.

Posted on May 23rd, 2017


Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city. Named a European Capital of Culture 2017, public art is on display citywide. Museums, galleries, restaurants and a university make it an energetic and vibrant city. It’s a great city for walking and biking!

Posted on May 21st, 2017

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