I have visited this central European country on several occasions, but in the most recent 20 years I have only been to Berlin and Hamburg. With it’s proximity to Denmark it is an easy country to visit. First of all I can drive from home to Hamburg in 4 hours and Berlin in 6.30, so […]
One of the last days of April My wife and I went to Museum of Modern Art Louisiana. We saw pottery made by Picasso, quite interesting what he could do to ordinary pottery. However I did not take pictures in the exhibition, but later in the park I got some shots of the emerging springtime. […]
My wife and I spent the last hour before sunset and half an hour after by walking through the forest Jægersborg Dyrehave. The spring is evolving before our eyes, the leaves has appeared on some trees and are just about to do on the remaining trees, the deers has lost their antlers and are getting […]
During easter I visited my family in the northern Jutland, Good Friday I went to the beach. First type just after sunrise and second time in the early afternoon. The light was fine with blue sky on both occasions, but the wind was high, reducing comfort to a minimum. But I could bring home a […]
En tur i Jægersborg dyrehave er nem måde at komme ud i naturen, uden at skulle køre langt væk fra byen. Der er ofte mulighed for at opleve hjorte – der er flere arter i området – denne søndag mødte vi dog kun Sika hjorte. Alle billederne i galleriet er taget med Nikon D7200 og […]
The Iberá national park has, in my view, an overwhelming size. With it’s 13.000 km2 size it is almost a third of the size of Denmark. It is often described as wetland, and this with good reason. The area provides home for many species of animals specialized for living on the edge between wet and […]
I presume that you are aware of Argentina as a wine producing country. But most I have talked with about Argentine wine seems to think that 90%++ of it is Red Malbec from Mendoza. OK Mendoza is responsible for more than 70% of the Argentine wine production and a large amount of it is based […]
Argentinean food is influenced from both the courses and habits brought to the country by immigrants and by the native population and the resources of the land. Italians was a large portion of the immigrants during 19th and 20th century and by so they have influenced the Argentinean cuisine by bringing pizza, pasta and ice […]
The roads in Argentina are not always a pleasant experience. Of course there are good roads, like the Ruta National #9 or also known as the Pan American Highway. But even the nine has it’s lesser pleasant places. Narrow roads is to be expected, the RN9 runs between Salta and Jujuy in to versions, a […]
Argentina is the first country I have visited on the American continents. As a European I have found Buenos Aires not to be very different from a southern European capital. But there are differences to BA and when you leave the capital they are more outspoken. The country is very large, actual the 8th largest […]
I have on earlier occasions been to Rudolph Tegners Skulpturpark in north Zeeland, the area is actually called Russia. On all the other occasions it has been bright day light, and nice temperatures. But spontaneously I got the idea that it could be nice with pictures taken just before sun rise. So I went there […]
A few kilometers north of Copenhagen you find the area Eremitage sletten as a part of Dyrehaven. Even though it is near the city, and actually surrounded by cities it appears like a wild habitat more than a park, except for the part with the paths for riding and walking and the golf course. I […]
I went to the Bellevue beach north of Copenhagen to watch the sun rise. I had to spend 5-10 minutes to clear ice of the car before I could go, so a bit chilly. I was at the beach half an hour before sun rise and stayed there 10 minutes after. Then I went to […]
Images from the early autmn in Stampen and Raadvad, just north of Copenhagen.
The Cambodian capital Phnom Pehn is typical buzzing city in asia, with a lot to do and experience. The city is centered around the intersection of the 3 rivers Mekong, Bassac and Tonlé Sap. Of course Phnom Pehn is similar to other Asian cities, but even though it’s small compared to e.g. Bangkok and Yangon […]
Banlung is a small dusty town in the north-east of Cambocia, close to both the border to Laos and Vietnam. To get to Banlung you’ll need to take either a minivan or a taxi. I chose the minivan from Stung Treng, but you find minivans for Banlung in both Kratie and Phnom Phem. Banlung is […]
I Dronningmølle ligger området Rusland med lyngklædte bakker, egetræer og nåletræer. For enden af museumsvej ligger et indhegnet område, det er frit tilgængeligt året rundt, hvor der er opstillet en række skulpturer alle af Rudolph Tegner.
Back in 1987 the UN Brundtland commission – headed by Norway’s former prime minister Gro Harlem Brundland – released the report “Our Common Future”. To me as a young man it revealed a series of connections within the climate system, the ecological system and the political system – it also contained some views on the […]
I have traveled to Norway on a few occasions, first time in mid seventies and latest in the summer 2017. The pages about Norway is from my visit in 2017.
The road from Kristiansand to Stavanger can either be taken on the high way E39 or you can take a detour along the Atlantic coast. The length of the drive measured in kilometers are not significant but the road along the coast will in pure driving time cost you an extra hour. It’s 257 Km […]
You might be familiar with the Swedish company Saab (Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget) which for years produced cars with the same name as the company. During my childhood the cars was often ridiculed, especially on behalf of the earlier models popping noise from the two stroke engine. But the jokes overlooked the fact that Saab often […]
Sweden is the country i have traveled the most times to. Most of the occasions has been single day trips to Malmö or Göteborg, but for some occasions I have visited Sweden for several days. Travel in Sweden is easy to me as I understand and speak Swedish.
During my summervacation i went for a short walk along the beach in nothern Jutland. The weather had improved dramatically since yesterday, it wasn’t raining today 🙂 So it was safe to bring out the camera for at few shots of the beach. If you want to experience this particular beach yourself you can easily […]
Kep is both a municipal and a province on the south coast of Cambodia close to the Vietnamese border – my phone went to Vietnamese networks on several occasions while we stayed there. To go to Kep you can get a mini van from Phnom Pehn, and 4 hours later your in Kep. Our trip […]
When you are traveling in Cambodia this temple seems to be quite of the straight road to anywhere. To be honest it is a bit remote. But bear in mind that the temple is appointed as UNESCO world heritage, so it has a major place in history for the area, so in my humble opinion […]
A sleepy province and town were the rivers Mekong and Sekong meets. The main event in and around town seems to be the Mekong river and the Irrawaddy Dolphins living near the border towards Laos. We hired a boat and sailed 3.5 hours north in hope to spot some of the dolphins. We did actually […]
As I expected the weather in Denmark to be bloody awful in January I opted out for that month at home. In 2017 January were spent in The Kingdom of Cambodia. On the pages in this section you’ll find photos and experiences from my visit in Cambodia. I find Cambodia very similar to Myanmar, of […]
An easy to make course with inspiration from Asia. The below recipe is adequate for a full meal for one, so just multiply to serve more. 2-3 cm Ginger 2-3 Garlic cloves 1 tea spoon Chilli 1-2 tea spoon Cumin seeds 1 Medium Onion 125 gr Tofu 2 small Carrots 100 gr Mushrooms 100 gr […]
I have for years been thinking of a photo. I have been knowing how to take and when on the day, just before sunrise. As you might know most of the year the sun comes up pretty early in Denmark. And during week-ends I do not tend to be an early riser, and I like […]
As I’m going to Asia in the near future I would like to prepare my taste and digestion system to Asian cooking (not that they have been unaccustomed to Asian food). So during the day I made up a recipe that I’m quite sure has no specific root in one single Asian kitchen, but inspiration […]