I walked along a Danish Mile which only was 1.6 Kilometers long, something, I told someone, who asked how far, I traveled that day, I chanced upon a Danish Smile one very European naked in its expression making my North American Face, blush which made them laugh which made them smile, along the Danish Day that way, I spoke a while in my Danish Way … Continue reading A Danish Mile
That is the name of a Danish Beer, sporting a label that represents the island of Bornholm, where it is made. It tasted exactly like regular beer, with one exception: it only had 0.5% alcohol. I was at a Christmas Party after work, with another work day ahead of me. I laughed with the others, and ate my meal: A traditional Danish Christmas Menu. Pickled … Continue reading Don’t Worry
“The Ball! I’ve got the Ball!” Jack the dog ran circles around himself. His eyes lit up like two round silvery food dishes, yelping in their emptiness, thinking all the time: food, ball, sleep, food, ball, sleep… Jack waited as quietly as possible, while I found the ball. His favorite toy. His life. “Come on Jack, fetch!” I threw the ball into the Danish landscape. … Continue reading Get the Ball, Jack!
Icy streets, the cold wind my collar tucked close against my skin, The night fading, taxis abounding everyone wanting just to sleep to drink again, warding off the pain the night never forgets, does it? when the morning crashes in, Icy streets, what few cars trucks spreading salt, while the rains fall, Everyone wants a ride, “Are you going to?” It doesn’t really matter, I … Continue reading Icy Streets
24 wishes I give to you the first December will you start to receive, These wishes for you I have until the Eve of Christmas filling your days with song and story chilly winter days, black starry nights Advent lights, my fondest hopes Light a candle for me when the darkness creeps and cries when the wind howls and scratches upon your doors and windows … Continue reading 24 Wishes
My office a smaller entity about four by two feet or meters doesn’t seem to matter, meter, the space allows me, just to occupy space in between the other spaces, but only just, My home, my castle my broom closet where dust comes to die where my thoughts rummage around, my feet outstretched, amid the wires, boxes and papers where my possessions tend to possess … Continue reading Four by Two
Before there were Digital Cameras….. There was film. I managed to shoot some Black and White Film in and around Sæby, Denmark in the mid-90s. http://www.skagen-tourist.dk/ln-int/north-jutland/welcome-saeby Sæby and Frederikshavn in the north of Denmark Source: Google Maps Sæby Church from 1460 (and part of it earlier than that) Baptist Church in Sæby. Here is a bit about this small town in English: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S%C3%A6by Here … Continue reading With a Pentax K-1000, Part 1