The first look of the Mols peninsula from a view point on the main road between the city Århus and the small town Rønde, from where the road passes Kalø castle ruin and divides into various village roads to Mols and Mols bjerge with the National Park.
It's easy to see that the leaves have left the trees! After several days of strong wind and rain most trees have lost their autumn decoration in a week. But now the black silhouets of branches and twigs show themselves in a pretty ink drawing with the sky behind.
A path along the bay near Rolsøgård manor. The banks along the bay is a good fishing place. The strong wind took a good grip of the golden rushes along the edge.
One of those old country roads I like so much, because it reminds me about my childhood. Yes, you're right, Nostalgia! Gravel on the road with some puddles, some fine trees in the road curve, and a landscape with spread farms behind it with a clear blue November sky.
Now the farmer has been preparing for winter during the last month or so, and maybe he allows himself to have a lazy day this week-end. Or else it's early up in the morning - very early!
One of my soft spots is the black silhuets of the trees in winter. The first photo is the corner of a field with one of those hedgerows with lots of white flowers in May.
Another silhuet in black. This road has a vigorous roof of leaves in summer, but now the roof has disappeared and the trees stand like black trolls in the night, but in day light they are just elegant.
The highlanders high upon a grave hill. There are lots of grave hills in the Mols landscape - and lots of them have never been excavated ! Go to work, archaeologists! Oh, the state has got no money, that's why!
- photo Mols, November 2010; grethe bachmann.