Rather than give it a new thread, I think I will just bump this one, seeing as the subject is the same - a trip to Denmark, just only having the use of a better camera and it being one year on.
However, I am unfortunately very poor at choosing what photos are best/most relevant, so again there are a lot of them, all uploaded via photobucket, so sorry if they do not appear correctly but they are a pain to manage....
Anyway, what better way to start than with the first photo I took on the holiday, heading towards the apartment we were staying in for the first week, followed by the beach at Lønstrup and some at the Oceanarium:
Next up is just north of Skagen at Denmark's most northerly point, and where the Skagerrat and Kattegat meet. In the second pic you can see the waves crossing each other, but it is more evident in the video link. After that it is a visit to an old church, quite literally in the middle of nowhere!
The next day we went and saw a falcon/eagle display, and this is the first of my three endulancies with pictures!
When we left the holiday apartment we via the island of Fyr - the first picture was where we stopped for the old men to have a toilet break, the second is a view from the island.
My second huge batch of photos is of the sunset witnessed whilst waiting for the ferry to take us to the island where the friends live. It was hard to choose between some of them, so I went crazy and put more in
. The last 2 are from on board the ferry, and the quality is reduced due to it being a lot darker by then!
I thought I had better include some of the island again, taken from a walk around the NW coast and back to the centre, including some of and from the church.
On our final day we went out to Langeland (another island) with the island's Seniors Group. It was a bit strange as I was less than half the age of the next youngest person there and my dad would have been in the bottom 5 at aged 62! (The group size was 22 btw). First we went to a old bunker and base, before heading for lunch and then viewing the nearby wild horses (actually Exmoor Ponies). Finally we stopped of at a centre which was about the environment, ecology and the old way of life (thus the horse wagons) and based at a château/country house.
And so we come to the end (if anyone is still with me!) and the final batch post is of the sunrise this morning over the North Sea