Skagen Sunset

This is the place where Skagen locals go to watch the sunset. 

Posted on July 19th, 2018

Four Houses

Areas of Skagen can only be described as picturesque or quaint.

These photos were made a few miles outside of town in the area we stayed.

The houses around the downtown area were equally as colorful and of similar architecture.

It was fun to walk around when the light was nice and check out the colors, shapes and forms.

Posted on July 17th, 2018

Sand Dunes & Wetlands

Sixteen kilometers south of Skagen there’s an area of sand dunes and wetlands called the Råbjerg Mile. We spent a drizzly morning exploring the area.

The sand dunes stretched for miles. For scale, the dot at the top of the dunes is two people.

The size and the emptiness of the Råbjerg Mile was impressive.

Posted on July 15th, 2018

North

The northern most point in Denmark. 

Posted on June 27th, 2018

The North Sea

Looking NW toward the Skaggerak Strait and the North Sea.

Posted on June 25th, 2018

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

Dots

Another Saturday scene from the OC. This one made on a Holga with Lomography 400 ISO color film. You can see a similar photo made with an iPhone on my Instagram feed @jonnycakes7

Posted on June 14th, 2018

Saturday Scene

I’m just back from a week in SoCal. I caught this scene while out on a morning walk.

Posted on June 12th, 2018

Figures

The figures, path and trees caught my eye. The photo was made with a Holga, at a medieval castle and fortress called Akershus Festning in Oslo, Norway.

Posted on May 27th, 2018

Archipelago Island

It’s a short tram ride from Gothenburg to the town of Saltholmen. There we hopped on a ferry to Brännö Island. “Another time another place” as Van Morrison would say.

The archipelago islands feel completely different than the mainland. Bicycles and flatbed mopeds are the means of transportation.

At the far end of the island, a 45 minute walk, it’s quiet. The only sounds are wind and water.

It was a great day trip. One of the highlights of “Scandi Spring”.

Posted on May 25th, 2018

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