October 29, 2017
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Two months ago I announced that this would be less of a blog and more...
I love it when I have the chance to take a walk through Aalborg when it is dark outside.
It totally changes the feeling of the streets..
Another photo from Aalborg Carnival 2017.
Without doubt she’s a lady…
From the annual Christmas fair in Aalborg. Every year the area known as Gammeltorv is transformed into a Christmas market, where people can come an soak up the Christmas spirit….
…or get a grilled hot dog.
Merry X-mas 🙂
Left In The Snow
Walking through the city, I found this Window, that has been signed, just as if Nattie created the window as a piece of art.
A scene from one of the many exciting viking battle plays at the Lindholm Viking fair 2017
Taken at Aalborg Regatta 2017. These powerboats were racing on Limfjorden between Aalborg and Nørresundby. It was a spectacular sight.
From one of my wife and daughter’s little creative sessions.
I spend a couple of days in Skåne, Sweden back in September, and went for a short walk near the small village Älabodarna near the small strip of water, Øresund, that separates Sweden and Denmark.
During Aalborg Regatta 2017, a couple of very skilled Jet-skiers showed the crowd some of their crazy stunts.
Back when I was a kid you would use to see cargo bikes like these all over the city. Now they are mostly all gone.
In Denmark these cargo bikes are called Long Johns. Don’t know if that is a danish thing or if this is a common name for it in the English speaking world as well.
Big meets small at Aalborg Carnival 2017
Bike detail captured at the annual Ulvene MC gathering in Aalborg City Syd, where hundreds of bikers meet to celebrate the beginning of a new season.
I went on a trip to Skagen this summer. From the top of the Grey Lighthouse there’s an amazing view. Here’s to the south, where you can see the city Skagen to the south.
In one of the small tents at the Annual Viking fair at Lindholm Høje, I found this man cutting a traditional Viking dragon in wood.