Friday, August 15, 2008

Lindholm høje and a few from Amtoft

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Travel Date: July 26, 2008
Travel Destination: Lindholm Høje

Keeping with todays theme on the travel to DK topic and the changed my mind (see Jacki's blog here) todays topic is Lindholm Høje. I only got a few photos from this visit so instead of repeating photos and story head on over and check out the story and photo on Jacki's blog.

I do however have a panorama I created giving a wide view of the area :-)



So to ensure I don't leave you with a "Is that all I get from your blog today" feeling I have added a few scenic photos from Amtoft. These are from the water front (ohh don't ask about what happens when you have a slippery surface and add plenty of water).



As you can see it's not always windy and cold in Denmark. Sometimes it's calm and in the light of the setting sun...





11 comments:

JennWasHere said...

That's a great panoramic shot! Really nice view!

My PSF is posted HERE. Please drop by if you have some time. Thanks a lot! Happy weekends!

angie said...

The panarama is magnificient. I know I said this before, but I absolutely love how both you and Jacki post your different perspectives of your vacation at the same time. I especially love how you "changed your mind today".....:)

Jacki said...

What?? You don't want people to know how you fell on your butt in the water?

Cecily R said...

THANK YOU Jacki, for clearing that one up!! Heh!

These shots are GORGEOUS. Truly!

Jacki said...

I will add, however, that he did manage to keep the camera above water. When I heard him fall my first thought was "Not his new camera!!"

Peter Dyrholm said...

yeah... really ... thank you for explaining that one ;-)
It hurt too but I kept that camera high at all times.

Ryanne said...

Great panorama! It looks beautiful! So what does happen with a slippy surface and lots of water? It sounds like the beginning of a joke!

Emily said...

Your pictures are amazing! I love to take pictures, but i am just not good at it. I will keep following your blogs and see if any of your advice and tips help!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Love the panoramic view of the rock field. It looks like there is a trail and a bench, is it a park?

Peter Dyrholm said...

thank you all very much :-)
It's all good fun taking photos :-)

Emily: Sure you can. It's not all about the camera it's what you aim it at.

Keiser: You can read much more about it on Jacki's blog. But it's a viking grave yard so yeah I guess that's some kind of a park ;-)

Mindy said...

Keep up the good work.