The light over North Sealand, Denmark – spring, summer, autumn and winter. Part 1: Halsnaes Municipality

Lyset over Nordsjælland – forår, sommer, efterår og vinter. Part 1: Halsnæs Kommune.

Oplev lyset i de 3 nordligste kystkommuner i Nordsjælland: Halsnæs Kommune, Gribskov Kommune og Helsingør Kommune.

 

Text and photos by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Experience the light in the northern coastline municipalities of North Sealand, Denmark: Halsnaes Municipality, Gribskov Municipality and Elsinore Municipality.

 

LIseleje Beach. D0uble rainbow summer 2013. Photo in direction east to Melby Overdrev, Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in the horizon. Photo 31. july 2013 about 6.06 P.M. by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Light on earth is energy from the the sun 150 mill. km. away. 

Sun is a star 4,5 bill. years old and is the center of The Solar System, which includes planets, asteroider, comets with an full extent of about 1 light year.

 

Close to the sun are the 4 planets Merkur, Venus, Earth and Mars, they are all terrestic planets.

Between Mars and venus is The Asteroid Belt – a small rocky body orbiting the sun.

The 4 big planets are all gasses: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptun and the small planet Pluto.

Much far away in The Solar System is Kuiper Belt with thousands of comets and Oorts Sky with millions of comets in a distance of about one light year away.

Light is particle (electron energy) and wave at the same time and has a speed of 300.000 km. in a second.

 

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A double rainbow at Lieleje Beach, North Sealand, Denmark:

 

Liseleje Beach, North Sealand, Denmark. A double rainbow in the sky over Tisvilde Hegn and Melby Overdrev. Photo in direction east to Tisvildeleje 31. july 2013 about 5.50 P.M. 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Light is without color (white), but in a rainbow you can see its different wave lengths when white light is refracted in drops of water from longest to smaller wave lengths: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet.

 

North Sealand, Denmark:

Surrounded by

Kattegat Sea in north, Roskilde Fjord and Isefjorden in west and Oeresund Belt in east,

3 lakes: Arresoe Lake, Esrum Lake and Gurre Lake,

3 forests: Tisvilde Hegn, Gribskov and Teglstrup Hegn,

3 fortress with moats and ramparts: Absalons Borg, Søborg and Gurre Borg from Danish Middle Ages around 1200-1400 A.C. and

3 royal castles: Frederiksborg Castle, Fredensborg Castle and Elsinore Castle.

 

All the above nature is a part of the future:

National Park “The kings North Sealand” –  Nationalpark “Kongernes Nordsjælland”.

 

Map of North Sealand, Denmark:

 

Map of North Sealand, Denmark. Photo august 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

PART 1:

 

The light in Halsnaes Municipality – spring, summer, autumn and winter:

 

 

SPRING

 

Kikhavn:

 

View to Kikhavn, Halsnaes in direction east from Spodsbjerg. Photo march 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Arresø Lake at Arresødal, Frederiksværk:

 

Arresø Lake, Halsnaes. View in direction east to peninsula Arrenaes at right. Photo march 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Hill – 28 meter above sea level, view to Kattegat Sea:

 

Hyllingebjerg Hill, Halsnaes Municipality. 28 meter above sea level. View in direction north to Kattegat spring 2014. Photo Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Hill and Beach – Coast protection by filling extra sand on the beach:

 

Hyllingebjerg Hill and Beach. View in direction west spring 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg beach:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach. View in direction west to Hald Beach in horizon spring 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach – view in direction Liseleje, Melby Overdrev, Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach - view in direction Liseleje and Tisvildeleje in the horizon spring 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Melby Overdrev between Asserbo Plantation and Tisvilde Hegn:

 

Melby Overdrev between Asserbo Plantation and Tisvilde Hegn. View in direction west spring 2014. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Melby, Halsnaes Municipality – view in direction west to Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill:

 

Melby, Halsnaes Municipality. View in direction west to Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill in horizon. Photo spring 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

SUMMER

 

Halsnaes Municipality:

 

Hundested – view to polar explorer Knud Rasmussens House, Isefjorden, Kattegat and Roervig opposite the sea:

 

View to polar explorer Knud Rasmussens House, Isefjorden, Kattegat and Rørvig opposite the Fjord. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

 Spodsbjerg Lighthouse, Hundested:

 

Spodsbjerg Lighthouse, Hundested, Halsnaes. Photo in direction west to Isefjord, Kattegat and Sjællands Odde summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Hald Beach, Halsnaes:

 

Hald Beach, Halsnaes. View in direction west to Kattegat Sea, Nødebohuse, Kikhavn and Spodsbjerg Lighthouse and at right Sjællands Odde. Photo summer 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach:

Beach and swim time for all generations

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach - view from top of hill 28 meter above sea level in direction north to Kattegat sea. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach:

Summer i Halsnaes Municipality – Denmark 2013, the best summer in decades:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach. Photo in direction west to Kattegat Sea summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach. View in direction west to Kattegat Sea from stair. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach – the stair from top to bottom with 104 steps:

 

View from the foot of the stair with 104 steps from top to bottom of the 28 mter high hill Hyllingebjerg. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach. View in direction east. The stair with 104 steps from top of 28 meter hight hill is at right on the photo. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Artistic works on Hyllingebjerg Beach:

 

Hyllingebjerg Beach. Photo in direction north to Kattegat Sea summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach, View in direction north to Kattegat Sea. Photo summer 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. View in direction east to Melby Overdrev, Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach view in direction to Melby Overdrev, Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje:

 

Liseleje Beach. View in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. View to Melby Overdrev, Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in direction east. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach – view in direction west:

 

Liseleje Beach - view in direction west. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach – summer 2013: 

 

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Liseleje beach with Kite surfers. Photo in direction north to Kattegat Sea 31. july 2013 about 5.35 P.M. 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Kitesurfers in Kattegat Sea at Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Kitesurfers in Kattegat Beach. Photo in direction north 31. july 2013 about 5.35 P.M. by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach – view to Kattegat Sea:

 

Liseleje Beach. View to Kattegat Sea in direction north 31. july 2013 about 5.35 P.M. by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. View in direction west 31. july 2013 about 5.40 P.M. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Seven Heighs, Melby – burial mounds from Danish Stone Age 3500 B.C., Danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. and Danish Iron Age 500 B.C. – 500 A.C.:

 

Seven Heights in Melby, Halsnaes, Denmark. Burial Mounds from Danish Stone Age 3500 B.C. and Danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. And Danish Iron Age 500 B.C. - 500 A.C. This is the original photo of color and size. I have not manipulated this photo in photoshop programs. Photo in direction north summer 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Seven Heigh – Syv Høje, Melby:

 

Seven Heights, Melby, Burial Mounds from Danish Stone Age (35oo B.C.), Danish Bronze Age (1500 B.C.) and Danish Iron Age 500 B.C. - 500 A.C. This is the original photo of color and size. It is not manipulated in any photoshop programs. Photo summer 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Melby – view in direction west to Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill:

 

Melby, Halsnaes Municipality, North Sealand. Photo in direction west to Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill in horizon. Summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

AUTUMN

 

Halsnaes Municipality:

 

Frederiksværk,:

 

Frederiksvaerk, Halsnaes. The canal between Arresoe Lake and Roskilde Fjord summer 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Ice House for preservation of fresh fish:

 

Liseleje Beach, Ice House builded 1901 for preservation of fresh fish. Photo in direction north to Kattegat Sea autumn 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View from Maglehøj – 73 m above sea level:

 

Maglehøj - view in direction east to Arresø Lake autumn 2014. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Seven Heights – Syv Høje, Melby – burial mounds:

 

Syv Høje - Burial mounds in Melby. Photo autumn 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Autumn 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Autumn 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

 Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Autumn 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Autumn 2013. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

WINTER

 

Halsnaes Municipality.

 

The storm “Bodil” hit Northcoast of Sealand 5.-6. december 2013 with 4 meter high storm flood under high water:

 

Liseleje Beach:

 

Liseleje Beach. Storm "Bodil" hit Kattegat Coast of North Sealand 5.-6. december 2013. Photo in direction east friday 6. december 2013 at about 1.30 p.m. by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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Liseleje Beach in direction east:

 

The storm “Bodil” hit Liseleje Beach 5.-6. december 2013 with a 4 meter high storm flood and 5 meter high wages under high flood:

The 2 breakwaters of big granite stones are under water:

 

Liseleje Beach. The storm "Bodil" hit the Kattegat Coast of North Sealand 5.-6. december 2013. Photo in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in the horizon friday 6. december about 1.30 p.m. 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

The same photo as above  3 week later taken from about same position and also in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in horizon –

now the 2 breakwaters of big granite stones can be seen:

 

Liseleje Beach 3 weeks after the storm Bodil hit the coast with a 4 meter high flood wave 5.-6. december 2013. The 2 breakwaters can now be seen at left. Photo in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in horizon 26. december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach in direction West:

 

Liseleje Beach. The storm "Bodil" hit the Kattegat coast of North Sealand 5.-6. december 2013. Photo in direction west to Liseleje. by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach in direction north:

 

Liseleje beach. The storm "Bodil" hit the Kattegat Coast of North Sealand 5.-6. december 2013. Photo in direction north about 1.30 p.m. friday 6 december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

The day after the storm “Bodil” hit the Kattegat Coast of North Sealand:

 

Liseleje Beach. The day after the storm "Bodil" hit the Kattegat Coast of North Sealand december 2013. Photo in direction west to Liseleje saturday 7. december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Three weeks after the storm “Bodil” hit the Kattegat North Coast of Sealand 5. – 6. december 2013:

 

Liseleje Beach. 3 weeks after the storm "Bodil" hit the north coast of Sealand. Photo in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje 26.december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje Beach with breakwater of big granite stones builded 1917: 

 

Liseleje Coast. 3 weeks after the storm "Bodil" hit Kattegat coast in North Sealand . Photo in direction east to coast protection breakwater of big granite stones builded 1917. Photo 26. december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Breakwater of big granite stones builded 1917:

 

Liseleje Beach. 3 weeks after the storm "Bodil" hit the coast. Breakwater builded 1917 to create a landing place on the beach for fishing boats. Photo in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn 26. december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Liseleje – view in direction west, 3 weeks after storm “Bodil” hits the Kattegat Sea coast of North Sealand:

 

Liseleje Beach. View in direction west. Photo about 3 weeks after the storm "BODIL" hit all the Northcoast of Sealand with a 2-4 meter high storm flood with 5 meter waves under high-water 5.- 6. december 2013. Photo 26. december 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Seven Heighs – Syv Høje in Melby – burial mounds from Danish Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age:

 

Melby, Seven Heighs - Syv Høje. Burial mounds from Danish Sone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Photo in direction north-east winter 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Melby – Seven Heighs, Syv Høje:

 

Melby, North Sealand. Seven Heights - Syv Høje. View in direction north 2013. Photo Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Melby with Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill in horizon:

 

Melby with the old road in front. In horizon Melby Church builded 1200 A.C. and Melby Mill. Photo in direction west winter 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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To be continued with

PART 2: Gribskov Municipality and

PART 3: Elsinore Municipality.

 

I will finished this article about LIGHT OVER NORTH SEALAND, DENMARK with this photo:

 

Refraction of light from the sun in water drops in the atmosphere as here DOUBLE RAINBOW:

 

The inner primary rainbow is the inner circle, where the light is refracted one time in the water drops and shows colors from outside of the circle: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet.

The outer secondary rainbow is made of light which is refracted 2 times in the water drops in the atmosphere and produce colors opposite from outside of the circle: violet, blue, green, yellow, orange and  red.

 

Between the two rainbows is an area called ALEXANDER DARK BAND with subdued light.

 

Liseleje Beach. Double rainbow. The life guard finished his work here at 6 p.m. and take up the boundary flag from the sand. View in direction east to Tisvilde Hegn and Tisvildeleje in horizon 31. july 2013 about 6 P.M. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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Exstra:

The light in the garden of my house in Melby, Halsnaes Municipality in North Sealand, Denmark – view in direction south from my living-, working- and sleeping rooms :

 

WINTER:

 

Melby, Halsnæs Kommune in North Sealand. View to my garden in direction south from my living-, work- and sleeping rooms. My garden is 1628 m2 big and on the photo you see my little forest on 450 m2 at the end of my garden. The winter hurricane 3. december 1999 had brought down 13 of my first generation trees planted in 1968 in the area you can see on the photo. I cut down extra 6 trees and today you can see the 3 birch trees form first generation planted in 1968. All the other tress in the area are self planted from seed laying in the earth and growing up since 2000 as a "wild forest". The oak in the middle of the photo is also self planted. In my little forest on the photo are: oak, beech, ash, maple, hazel, lime, rowan, maple, pine, spruce, larch, willow, whitethorn, yew and cherry trees. Photo winter january 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Orkanen den 3. december 1999 væltede 13 af de højeste træer plantet i 1968 i min have i Melby i det område, som ses på billederne. De store træer bagest i billedet er genboens 1. generations gran- og fyrretræer plantet ca. 1968. Jeg ryddede området for disse 14 m høje første generations faldne træer plus 6 ekstra træer og lod 3 de oprindelige fra 1968 nu 18 m høje birketræer, som ses på billedet, blive stående. Samtidig fjernede jeg sommeren 2000 et 10 cm nålelag på hele det 450 m2 store areal og lod hele området “springe i skov”. Så 90% af hvad der står af træer – i alt 17 forskellige arter – er selvsåede fra, hvad der har ligget af frø i jorden bl. a. bøg, eg, ask, hassel, birk, røn, løn, lærk, gran, fyr, pil, kirsebær, hvidtjørn,  og taks. Foto: Januar 2013 Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

SPRING

– my garden i Melby, Halsnaes Municipality:

 

Melby, Halsnæs Kommune, Nordsjælland. View in direction south to my garden from my living-, work- and sleeping rooms. Photo spring 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

and

SUMMER:

-in my garden i Melby

 

Melby, Halsnæs Kommune, North Sealand. View in direction south to my garden from my living-, work- and sleepings rooms. Photo summer 2013 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Text and Photos Copyright Erik K Abrahamsen 2014

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Melby, North Sealand, 3. november 2014

 

Best wishes

Erik

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  1. Formidable Fine Fotos Erik
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