It showed that we had chosen one of the coldest places in the country, a sound which was a sea thousands of years ago, but still lies like a large land with no shelter. A flock of swans had found a place in the corner of a small lake, which was filled with brash ice.
In the distance was a little village and a medieval parish church in Tøstrup from the 1100th. So many years it has been there as a witness of so much, which we do not know much about today.
"When I live in such a desolate place it doesn't matter that I am a little messy!" he might think! But I have noticed that there are some villages, where so many farms and houses are surrounded by a mess of old things, old cars, tractors, stone-heaps, decayed outhouses, neglected gardens, while other villages are neat and well-kept, the outhouses are fine and painted and the gardens are lovely to look at. Maybe it is catching? Just a thought.
this time a windblown hedgerow, which is a vigorous growth in summer, but it is also picturesque now. It is simple, brings quietness to your mind, if that's what you want - and this is what I want today.
I have always room for a horse or more than one, but this white horse seemed to be alone, grazing in a landscape with a wide view all the way to the northern part of Djursland. Why should a horse care
about such a useless waste of time? Is he just enjoying life? If he is a she the name might be Blondie.
Well,. this one is almost white, but it is a neat little
house. No garden? Again some silhouettes, this time
some crippled birch trees, which are pretty in summer.
photo Kolindsund 5. February 2011: grethe bachmann