Landscape,  Nature,  Photo

Malik the storm is approaching

The seagulls struggle to fly against the wind
January, 6 degrees C and a approaching storm should not block your ocean dip
and under she went
It’s not raining or foggy, it’s just spray from the waves
During the night the wind will go from 10-15 M/sec (20 M/sec gusts) to 20 M/sec + (gusts above 30). 30 M/sec is 108 Km/hour (almost 70 Miles/hour) at the same time it will change direction to be head on to the coast, then there will be spashes
A look from the hill down to the beach
Last January I had my lunch pack just here, not risking being wet. Went back to the car this day
A view towards west on Raageleje beach
When the wind blows some build wind-breakers other go windsurfing
That could be called, “to be blown away”
Surprisingly many people was out to enjoy the ‘nice’ weather and taking walks along the beach
And then behind a hill or a forest you can find spots without any wind and being absolutely quiet

As mentioned above, the wind will increase during the night peaking just between night and dawn. So think I’ll go back and see how it looks at the verge of a hurricane.

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