Look what I found! I used to have a lucky eye when searching for four-leafed shamrocks. But I have never ever before seen one with five. Here it is:
Jeg plejer at have Ã¸je for at finde firklÃ¸ver. Her fandt jeg en FEMKLÃ˜VER! -Har aldrig set det fÃ¸r, men her er den:Â
Before I brutally ripped it from the ground it had one leaf hidden behind an other:
Sjæsø or ‘Sjaelsoe’ is a small lake -1.1 sq mi, in the northern part of Sealand 20 km north of Copenhagen. The name means something like ‘boundary lake’
This is a view of my backyard – just after the rain. If you like green, this is the place to be. The air is clean when the rain has washed out all the pollen and dust, leaving only the wonderful smell of the beech wood and the fresh cut grass.
The ‘thing’ on the lawn is a fireplace. When the weather allows it we light a fire there and sit around it playing a guitar. Or talking about anything or nothing. Or relaxing with a cold beer – watching the bats hunting insects.
Her er lige et billede af min baghave. Umiddelbart efter en regnbyge. Kan du lide grønt, så er det her! Luften er så ren, når regnen har vasket pollen og støv ud. Tilbage er kun duften af bøgetræer og nyslået græs.
MÃ¸rkt rÃ¸de valmuer, som vi sÃ¥ dem i Efesos.
I saw this beautiful image: Poppies and remembered a photo from a trip to Ephesus, one of the largest cities in the Roman Empire.
The Color? No Photoshopping here. They are just RED!
I dag er Ã¥rets lÃ¦ngste dag. DÃ¸gnet startede med hÃ¸je lyse natskyer.
Today is the longest day of the year. It started with Noctilucent clouds a phenomen about 50 miles altitude – In denmark they are called: ‘High bright nightclouds’ – directly translated. A short beautiful night to start a lazy sunday…
Writing about kings..
Did you know that the danish queen Margrethe IIÂ has a nickname: ‘Daisy’.
Lidt loft fra slottet..
A view of the ceiling in one of the rooms of the castle. King Christian IV built many of the outstanding buildings in Denmark -and almost ruined the country.
Frederiksborg Slot blev opfÃ¸rt i 1560 og gennemgÃ¥ende Ã¦ndret under Chr. IV i perioden 1600 til 1620.
Klik pÃ¥ billedet for at se den ubeskÃ¥rne version.
Frederiksborg Castle was founded in 1560 but changed radically in 1600..1620.
The church is still in use, but the castle houses no king these days. It is open to the public as a museum. It is very interesting and beautiful. You must go there if you come to the northern part of Sealand. The castle is located in HillerÃ¸d 40 km north of Copenhagen. HillerÃ¸d hosts the administration of the Capital Region of Denmark. The administration is not in Copenhagen.
I have cropped the image. This is the result after several trials. Click on the image to see the uncropped version.
Jeg ved ikke hvilken art det er. Men der er noget fascinerende over den.
I d’ont know this species. But it looksÂ too special not to post.
Disse smukke blomster er faktisk allerede blevet til tusinder af smÃ¥ faldskÃ¦rme, og blÃ¦st ud i verden for at pynte til nÃ¦ste forÃ¥r.
These beautiful flowers have all left as small white parachutes. They will find places where they can make next spring yellow.