Thursday, August 05, 2010

A Walk in Skagen in July

Cosy Corner


A lovely quiet street

A new "Skagen-painter" and Lilacs

Main street

"Life is simple not easy" -shopping in main street

Yellow house, red roof, white-painted fence - that's Skagen

Eating ice waffles in the heat - a musician at the pharmacy.

One of the market places

The "Kaffehuset" shop with coffee, tea, chocolat, gifts, wine, olive oil, candy etc. - everything exciting for children and grown-ups.

Main street

Brøndum's Hotel and a room with a view to the main street in Clausen's Hotel.

The dominating red and yellow and white

Café "Jacobs" inside and out (click to enlarge all pictures )

Main street

Fashion and Lego in top floor

Flower shop

Just Skagen

People at market place

Skagen Havn with sea-food-restaurants

Skagen havn

Skagen Havn, the door to the left leads to a very fine fishdealer's shop.

Sea-food-restaurant "Pakhuset"

Two cyclists resting at the fishing port. The guy seems to be very tired. It was a hot day, and if they have been around in the Skagen area on the cycling paths, then they have had a hard tour. It's a longer trip than immediately expected!

photo Skagen July 2010: grethe bachmann


Teresa Evangeline said...

Grethe! This looks like so much fun. Love the colors. I think I want that dress in the upper window! "Seafood restaurants" is music to my ears. I hope you're having a good day. Big Hug,

Kittie Howard said...

Oh, Grethe, what a wonderful tour of Skagen. I'd never been but now feel like I have. Love the red and yellow colors. They're so vibrant, so full of life, yet soothing, as if whatever happens will pass. And the coffee house is fabulous. I love going into those shops. You have the most interesting products...can taste all the goodies now!

We had a great trip, but it's also nice to be home and sleep in my own bed! Missed ya!

Kittie Howard said...

Thank you, Grethe, for your out reach. It's a very difficlt time when smiles are precious.

Thyra said...

Hej Kittie! It is so good to see you back here - and it's sweet of you to comment on wonderful Skagen. I have thought much about your friend and her grieve for her murdered son. It's so meaningless, and it's vital for her to have caring friends who can help her now. All the best. See you. Love Grethe