Winter 2014-15 in Melby, Northsealand, Denmark – snow, sun, beauty and history

Vinter 2014-15 i Melby, Nordsjælland, Danmark – sne, sol, skønhed og historie.

 

The winter 2014-15 came late to Denmark – the snow arrived 25. december 2014 and with 10-15 cm snow and minus 10 degree Celsius the 29. december 2014.

 

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Winter Melby, Northsealand, Denmark. View in direction west to Melby Church builded around 1150 and Melby Mill from around 1870. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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Seven Heights – burial mounds from around 1500 B.C. – Melby, Northsealand:

 

Winter in Melby, Northsealand, Denmark. View en direction to Seven Heights - burial mounds from Danish Bronze Age around 1500 B.C. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View from top of burial mound in Melby in direction to Asserbo Plantation, Tisvilde Hegn and Kattegat Sea in Northsealand, Denmark:

 

Seven Heighs, Melby, Northsealand. View in direction east from top of burial mound to Tisvilde Hegn and Asserbo Plantation with Kattegat Sea left in horizon. At right one of the seven burial mounds from Danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Man – a she – in nature and Kattegat Sea in horizon:

 

Seven Heighs, Melby, Northsealand. View in direction east to Asserbo Plantation, Tisvilde Hegn and Kattegat Sea in horizon. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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View from Seven Heighs in Melby, Northsealand:

 

Seven Heighs, Melby, Northsealand. View in direction east to Asserbo Plantation, Tisvilde Hegn and Kattegat Sea in horizon. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View from Seven Heighs in Melby in direction north to burials mounds from Danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. and to Kattegat Sea in horizon:

 

Seven Heighs in Melby, Northsealand. View in direction north to burials mounds from Danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. and to Kattegat Sea in horizon, 2 km. away. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Seven Heighs, Melby – view in direction west to farm with cattles on fields covered with 10 cm snow and Melby Church builded around 1150 A.C. and Melby Mill builded around 1870:

 

Seven Heighs in Melby, Northsealand. View in direction west to farm with cattles on the snow-fields and Melby Church from around 1150 and Melby Mill from around 1870 in horizon. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I return to my home situated only 300 meters from Seven Heighs in Melby:

 

Melby , Northsealand. View in direction west to Melby Church and Melby Mill at left and burial mounds from Danish Bronze Age around 1500 B.C. at right, 300 metros from my home. Photo Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Back on my road Bjarkesvej in Melby:

 

My road Bjarkesvej in Melby. At left you see my entrance to my house. Photo 29. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View to my garden in Melby, Northsealand – close to sunrise about 9 am 29. december 2014:

 

Melby, Northsealand, Denmark. View from my living room into my garden. Photo just before sunrise about 9 am 29. december 2014. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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I wish you and your family and friends

HAPPY NEW YEAR with this words from Psalms 47 verse 1-9, Old Testament in the Bible (The NIV Study Bible, New International Version, HODDER & STOUGHTON,  Fourth impression 1990):

 

“Clap yours hands, all you nations;

shout to God with cries of joy.

How awesome is the Lord Most High

the great king over all earth!

He subdued nations under us,

peoples under our feet.

He chose our inheritance for us,

the pride of Jacob, whom he loved.

Selah

 

God has ascended amid shouts of joy,

the Lord amid the sounding of trumpets.

Sing praises to God, sing praises;

sing praises to our King, sing praises.

 

For God is the king of all the earth;

sing to Him a psalm of praise.

God reigns over the nations;

God is seated on his holy throne.

The nobles of the nations assemble

as the people of the God of Abraham,

for the kings of the earth belong to God;

he is greatly exalted.”

 

and with the words from Revelation, extracts from chapter 1, verse 4 and  chapter 3 verse 20 in New Testament of the Bible:

 

“Grace and peace to you from him who is, and who was, and who is to come, and from the seven spirits before his throne, and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the firstborn from the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth.”  (extracts from Revelation chapter 1 verse 4).

 

“Here I am! I Stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with him, and he with me.” ( Extracts from Revelation chapter 3 verse 20).

 

Ice flowers on a window in my house – the beauty and miracles of nature:

 

Ice flowers on a window in my house. View in direction to my garden. Photo 28. december 2014 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Text and photos Copyright by Erik K Abrahamsen 2014

All rights reserved

 

Melby, Northsealand, Denmark 31. december 2014

Best wishes

Erik

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