Copenhagen early spring 2016 – enjoy castles, squares, markets, Inner Harbour and parks among the happiest people on earth

København tidlig forår 2016 – nyd slotte, pladser, markeder, Inderhavnen og parker blandt det lykkeligste folk i verden.

 

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

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Sortedam lake in Copenhagen. One out of 5 lakes surrounding old city of Copenhagen. View in direction wet to Qiun Louise bridge passing from Nørrebro Quarter at right to Copenhagen Inner City at left. Photo by Erik K Brahamsen

“Sortedam” Lake in Copenhagen. One out of 5 lakes surrounding Old City of Copenhagen. View in direction west to Queen Louise Bridge passing from Nørrebro Quarter at right to Copenhagen Inner City at left. Photo  20 april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

In march 2016 Denmark won the title of Worlds happiest country according to the World Happiness Report Update 2016, worldhappiness.report.

The report is released by Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) for the United Nations, unsdsn.org.

Its Denmarks third title within the last five year.  Denmark won the title in 2012 and 2013 – in 2015 Switzerland won the title.

 

On 20. april 2016 I drove by car 60 km from my home in North Sealand to Quarter Nørrebro 3 km north of Copenhagen City. In  Quarter Nørrebro I can park freely and on my bike I drove the next 4 hours  all over Copenhagen City – enjoying the spring atmosphere among the most happy people on earth.

We  danes have had a long  cold winter with danish “Hygge” (Cosy) inside our homes  and we are now excited to come outside in the warm poetic atmosphere of Copenhagen on squares, parks, markets and outdoor restaurants.

 

Outdoor restaurants in Quarter Nørrebro as neighbour to Sortedam Lake:

 

Quater Nørrebro as nei

Quarter Nørrebro as neighbor to Sortedam Lake. Outdoor restaurant with bikes all over. In background at left: Queen Louise Bridge (Dronning Louise Broen) and Inner City of Copenhagen. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Outdoor restaurant CAFE 22 in Quarter Nørrebro as neighbour to Sortedam Lake:

 

Noerebro Quater, Copenhagen. Phot 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

Outdoor restaurant CAFE 22, Noerrebro Quarter, Copenhagen. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

View to Sortedam Lake, Queen Louise Bridge (Dronning Louise Broen) and Copenhagen Inner City:

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 View to Sortedam Lake, Queen Loise Bridge and Copenhagen


View to Sortedam Lake, Queen Louise Bridge and Copenhagen City at left. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

People enjoy the relaxed atmosphere on Queen Louise Bridge ( Dronning Louise´s Bro) passing Sortedam Lake between Noerrebro Quarter and Copenhagen City:

 

Queen Louise bride passing Sortedam lake between Nørreb

Queen Louise Bridge passing Sortedam Lake between Nørrebro and Copenhagen City. Photo in direction Nørrebro (Nørrebrogade) 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Queen Louise Bridge, Dronning Louise Bro  – view in direction to Copenhagen City with Frederiksborggade in the distance:

 

Queen Louise Bridge. View in direction to C

Queen Louise Bridge. View in direction to Copenhagen City with Frederiksborggade in the distance. Photo in direction south 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Map of Copenhagen City:

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Map of Copenhagen City. Photo 1. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Map of Copenhagen City. Photo 1. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Square close to Frederiksborggade, Nørreport Station and Metro:

 

Outdood Market "Torvehallerne" on Israel Quare. View in direct

Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Square. At left the Indoor Market and a man with a parrot on his left hand. View in direction Frederiksborggade 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

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Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Plads:

 

Outdoor Market "Torvehaller" on Israel Plads. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Plads. At right the Indoor Market. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Plads:

 

Outdood market "Torvehallerne" on Israel Plads. Photo 20. april 2

Outdoor Market “Torvehallerne” on Israel Plads. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

500 meter from Nørreport Metro I take the entrance to Rosenborg Castle and Kings Garden (Kongens Have) builded 1606-38:

 

Rosenborg Castle builded 16

Rosenborg Castle builded 1606-38 by King Christian 4 (1588-1648). Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Rosenborg Castle:

In beginning of 1600 Kongens Have was a garden, which produced vegetables, fruits and berry to the Royal Court at Copenhagen Castle. It was situated outside the old ramparts alongside Gothersgade. In this garden King Christan 4th builded a summerhouse in 1606 and later on he builded and completed in 1638 Rosenborg Palace in style nederland-renaissance – a magnificent castle with a great hall, studies, bedrooms, bathroom with sinked tub and surrounded by moat.

 

Rosenborg Castle builded 16

Rosenborg Castle builded 16o0-35 and today protected by The Royal Guard. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Rosenborg Castle builded 1606-38 in style Nederland-Renaissance by King Christian 4, King of Denmark and Norway 1588-1648:

 

Rosenborg Castle builded 1606-38 by King Christia 4

Rosenborg Castle builded 1606-38 by King Christian 4, lived 1577-1648. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to Kings Garden, Kongens Have from Rosenborg Castle  surrounded by moat:

 

Kinga Garden viewed from bast

Kings Garden viewed from bastions surrounding Rosenborg Castle. In foreground the moat. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

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A school class at the moat visiting Rosenborg Castle to learn about Danish History on he spot where it happened:

 

A school class at the moat of Rosenborg Castle , Kings Garden. Photo 2o. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

A school class at the moat of Rosenborg Castle, Kings Garden. Photo 2o. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Rosenborg Castle in Kongens Have:

 

Rosenborg Castle, Kon

Rosenborg Castle, Kings Garden. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

The barracks of the Queens Royal Guard is neighbor to Rosenborg Castle:

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Barracks of The Riyal Gard

Barracks of The Queens Royal Guard viewed from neighboring Rosenborg Palace with moat in the in front of photo. The Queens Royal Guard established 1658 is with musicians in front on their way to Amalienborg Royal Castle for change if guard. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I ride on my bike 1 km to Copenhagen Inner Harbour close to Amalie Garden (Amaliehaven) and Amalienborg Castle:

View in direction Copenhagen Inner Harbour, Naval Station Holmen and naval ship Peder Skram.

 

Copenhage Inner Harbour at Amalie Garden as neighbor to Amalienborg Cas

Copenhagen Inner Harbour at Amalie Garden (Amaliehaven) as neighbor to Amalienborg Castle. View in direction east to Entrance to Copenhagen Inner Harbour with Naval Station Holmen at right on photo. In the background ” Mastekranen” and the museum naval ship Peder Skram builded 1965. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from Amaliehaven to Copenhagen Opera House (Operaen) builded 2002-05:

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View from Amalie Garden (Amaliehaven constructed 1983 to Copenhagen Opera. Photo in direction south 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

View from Amalie Garden (Amaliehaven constructed 1983) to Copenhagen Opera House (Operaen). Photo in direction south 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

Amaliehaven designed 1983 by belgian garden architect Jean Delogne and with sculpture by it alien sculptor Arnaldo Pomodora:

 

Amalie Garden designed by garden architect

Amalie Garden constructed 1983 and designed by garden architect Jean Delogne and with sculptors by italien sculptor Arnaldo Pomodora. In background Admiral Hotel – a former granary and storehouse builded about 1780. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View from Amaliehaven to Amalienborg Castle´s  4 Palaces designed 1750-54 by danish architect Nicolai Eigtved, the 8-edges Amalienborg Castle Square with equestrian statue of King Frederik 5 by french sculptor Jacques Saly in 1771 and the 60 metres high Marble Church (Marmorkirken) builded 1756-70 and finished 1877-94:

 

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View to Amalienborg Castle from Amalie Garden. Photo 20.

View from Amalie Garden to Amalienborg Castle with 4 palaces designed by danish architect Nicolai (Niels) Eigtved, the 8 edge Amalienborg Castle Square with equestrian statue of King Frederik 5 by french sculptor Saly and the 60 metros high Marble Church. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Close to equestrian statue of King Frederik 5 (King of Denmark and Norway 1746-66) by french sculptor Saly I waited 15 min. together with hundreds of visitors:

 

The

The equestrian statue of Frederik 5 by french sculptor Jacques-Francois-Joseph Saly (1717-76), 1771. The statue is in middle of the 8-edges Amalienborg Castle Square surrounded of the 4 Palaces by danish architect Nicolai Eigtved. In background Brockdorff Palace, home of Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary and their 4 children.P hoto 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

– and the Queens Royal Guard which I saw leaving Rosenborg Castle barracks about 30 min´s before The Royal Guards arrival to Amalienborg Castle:

 

The Queens Royal Guard arrives about 12 o

The Queens Royal Guard arrives about 12 o´clock from Rosenborg Castle barracks to Amalienborg Castle. View to Marble Church builded 1756-70 to a high of 19 meter. Then the construction stopped 100 years until the church was finished 1877-94 with a dome of cupper 60 meter high. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

The Queens Royal Guard arrives to Amalienborg Castle Square:

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The Queens Royal Guard arrives to Amalienborg Castle Square. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

The Queens Royal Guard arrives to Amalienborg Castle Square. At right Levetzaus Palace (Christian 8 Palace). Today Museum open to public. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

The Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Castle Square.

 

Amalienborg Castle – 4 Palaces constructed 1750-54 by architect Nicolai (Niels) Eigtved (1701-54):

 

Levetzaus Palace (Christian 8 Palace, today museum), Borckdorff Palace ( Frederik 8 Palace, Home of Crown Prince Frederik and Cronprincess Mary with their 4 children), Schacks Palace ( Christian 9 Palace, Royal Residence of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe 2 and His Majesty Prince Henrik and Moltkes Palace (Christian 7 Palace).

 

View to Levetzaus Palace (Christian 8 Palace).

 

The Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Square

The Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Square.  View to Levetzaus Palace (Christian 8 Palace). Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I now follow the 4 Palaces on the 8 edge Amalienborg Square  “against the clock”:

 

View to Brockdorff Palace (Frederik 8 Palace):

Frederik 8 Palace, Home of Crown Prince Frederik and Crownprincess Mary with their 4 children).

 

Brockdorff Palave (Frederik 8 palace

Brockdorff Palace (Frederik 8 Palace). Photo 20 april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

View to Schacks Palace (Christian 9 Palace) at left, The Collonnade (Harsdorff Kolonnaden)  in middle and Moltkes Palace (Christian 7 Palace) at right:

Schacks Palace ( Christian 9 Palace), Royal Residence of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe 2 and His Majesty Prince Henrik.

 

The Queens Royal Guard.

 

View to Schacks Palace (Christian 9 palace), Harsdorff Kollonaden in middle and Moltkes Palace (Christian 7 Palace) at right

View to Schacks Palace (Christian 9 Palace) at left, Harsdorff Kollonaden in middle and Moltkes Palace (Christian 7 Palace) at right. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Changing of the Queens Royal Guard (Vagtparade) on Amalieborg Castle at 12.05 PM.

 

View to C. F. Harsdorffs Kolonnade with 8 columns builded 1794 by architect Caspar Frederik Harsdorff (1735-99).

 

At right Moltkes Palace (Christian 7 Palace).

 

Changing of Queens Royal Guard

Changing of Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Castle. Photo 20. april 2016 at about 12.05 PM. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen

 

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Changing of the Queens Royal Guard (Vagtparade) on Amalieborg Castle at 12.05 PM:

 

Changing the Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Castle. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Changing the Queens Royal Guard on Amalienborg Castle. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

My next stop on my bike to Copenhagen Inner Harbour is New Harbour (Nyhavn) – only 500 meter west of Amalienborg Castle:

 

New Harbour- Nyhavn constructed 1671-73 by King Christian 5 (King of Denmark and Norway 1670-99):

 

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New Haven - Nyhavn constructed 16772

New Harbour – Nyhavn constructed 1671-73 by King Christian 5 (1670-99). At right “the sunny side” of Nyhavn. Photo in direction to Kongens Nytorv  in the background 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

New Harbour- Nyhavn constructed 1671-73, 400 m long, 25 m wide and 4 m deep:

 

Nyhavn Canal - 400 m long and 25 m wide

Nyhavn Canal – 400 m long, 25 m wide and 4 m deep. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I continue my walk/bike on the eastern/northern side of the canal, “the sunny side” along the houses and wharf (bolwark) of the canal King Christian 5 builded in 1671-73.

The canal is 400 meter long, 25 meter wide and 3 meter deep. The king wanted to stimulate trade and to get a direct acces to the new central square Kongens Nytorv. From now on merchantships could do their loading and piloting close to the merchantyards- and houses in Nyhavn.

Today Nyhavn is one of the most popular recreational areas in Copenhagen with in- and outdoors restaurants and cafees, picnics on the bolwarfs and a meeting place with families and friends to enjoy life in day- and nighttime.

 

Nyhavn – “the sunny side”:

 

Nyhavn - "the sunny side". Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn – “the sunny side”. View in direction to Kongens Nytorv – Kings New Square. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – view to western side of New Harbour:

 

Nyhavn - view in direction to west side of New Harbour. Photo 20. april 2016

Nyhavn – view in direction to west side of New Harbour. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

The eldest house in Nyhavn  builded 1681:

 

The eldest house in Nya´havn

Nyhavn. The eldest house builded 1681. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – an atmosphere of joy and freedom at the bulwark:

 

NYhavn. An atmosphere of joy and freedom

Nyhavn – An atmosphere of joy and freedom at the bulwark.  At left Charlottenborg Palace builded 1672-83. View in direction to Kongens Nytorv. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn – more atmosphere of joy, fun and freedom for all ages:

 

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Nyhavn an atmosphere of joy, fun and freedom for all ages. Photo i

Nyhavn an atmosphere of joy, fun and freedom for all ages. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Nyhavn Canal – 400 meter long and 25 metres wide, view in direction to Copenhagen Inner Harbour:

 

Nyhavn Canal - 400 metros long and 25 metros wide. View in direction south to Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Nyhavn Canal – 400 metres long and 25 metres wide. At left “the sunny side” and at right Charlottenborg Palace builded 1672-83. View in direction south to Copenhagen Inner Harbour. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kongens Nytorv – Kings New Square constructed 1669 is only 100 metres from Nyhavn:

View in direction to Hotel A´Angleterre.

 

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Kongens Nytorv - relax atmosphere this beautiful

Kongens Nytorv – relaxed atmosphere this beautiful early spring in Copenhagen City. View in direction to Hotel D´Angleterre. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Kongens Nytorv – Kings New Square constructed 1669:

 

Kongens Nytor. Photo 20. april 20+16 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Kongens Nytorv. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

From Kongens Nytorv a walk 500 metres with my bike through the main shopping street Østergade to Amagertorv – Square of Amager:

 

Amagertorv with Storkespringvandet – Fountain of cranes constructed 1894.

Old Mayer House in Nederland-Renaissance style builded 1616 by Copenhagen Mayer Matthias Hansen.

 

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Amagertov with Storkespringveandet - gentling Tranaspringvandet!!

Amagertorv with Storkespringvandet – egentlig Tranespringvandet!! In background the old Mayer House builded 1616 in Nederland-Renaissance style. Foto 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Amagertorv with Storkespringvandet – Fountain of cranes constructed 1894 and the Old Mayer House builded 1616 in the background:

 

Storkespringvandet on Amagertorv with the Old Mayer

Storkespringvandet on Amagertorv with the Old Mayer House builded 1616 in background. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Amagertorv with Storkespringvandet – Fountain of cranes constructed 1894: 

 

Storhespringvandet on Amagertorv with Old M

Storkespringvandet Fountain of Cranes on Amagertorv with Old Mayer house builded 1616 in background. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I walk with my bike through main shopping street Købmagergade 1 km to Nørreport Station/Metro and ride 2 km on bike to my car parked in a free parking area at Jagtvej in Quarter Nørrebro in Copenhagen.

On my way I stopped on Sct. Hans Torv – the most popular square in Quarter Nørrebro with  many outdoors restaurants and cafe´s:

 

Sct. Hans Torv - the most popular square in Quarter Nørrebro

Sct. Hans Torv – the most popular square in Quarter Nørrebro in Copenhagen. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Sct. Hans Torv with Sct. John Church (Sct. Johannes Kirke) and the new Research Centre of Faculty of Medicine, Copenhagen University in background:

 

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Sct. Hans Torv with Johannes Church and the new

Sct. Hans Torv with Sct. John Church and the new Research Centre under Faculty of Medicine, Copenhagen University in background. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Sct. Hans Torv with Sct. John Church (Sct. Johannes Kirke) and the new Research Centre of Faculty of Medicine, Copenhagen University in background:

 

Sct Hans Torv with Sct, John Church and bind the church The Nes Research Cen

Sct Hans Torv with Sct. John Church and behind the church The New Research Center of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Copenhagen University. Photo 20. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

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I hope that you have enjoyed my little 4 hours ride through early spring in Copenhagen among 5,6 millions danes and visitors in the happiest country in the world!

Reported observations in the World Happiness Report 2016 (To read the report in full click: worldhappiness.report) on subjects:

  • Explained by freedom to make life choices,
  • Explained by GDP per capita,
  • Explained by generosity,
  • Explained by healthy life expectancy,
  • Explained by perceptions of corruption,
  • Explained by social support.
  • (Source: See www.medicaldaily.com/world-happines-report and Sustainable Development Solutions Network  under United Nations (SDSN) unsdsn.org)

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This article I have written in Honour to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ with the Word from the Bible, Psalm 84, verses 5-6:

  • Blessed are those who dwell in your house; they are ever praising you.
  • Blessed are those who’s strength is in you, who have set their hearts on pilgrimage.
  • As they pass through the Valley of Baka, they make it a place of springs; the autumn rains also cover it with pools.

Note: “The Valley of Baka” is The Valley of Tears (Weeping).

Reference: The NIV Study Bible, New International Version, Hodder and Stoughton 1987.

 

And from Norwegian Bible, Oslo, Det Norske Bibelselskaps Forlag, 1952, Salmenes bok, 84, 5-6:

  • Salige er de som bor i ditt hus; de skal stadig love dig. Sela.
  • Salig er det menneske som har sin styrke i dig, de hvis hu står til de jevne veier*.  *d.e. veiene til Guds hus.
  • Når de vandrer gjennem tåredalen, gjør de den til en kildevang, og høstregnet dekker den med velsignelse*.  *d.e. endog de største trengsler blir dem til velsiognelse.  Salm. 23,4; 126,5.6.

 

And from La Bible, Ancien and Nouveau Testament, Traduite de l`hébreu et du grec en français courant, ALLIANCE BIBLIQUE UNIVERSELLE, 1990. Psaumes, 84,5-6:

  • Heureux ceux qui habitent chez toi et peuvent te louer sans cesse!
  • Heureux ceux qui trouvent chez toi un refuge et qui ont à cæur ce pèlerinage!
  • Quand ils passent par vallée du Baumier, Dieu la change en oasis; et mémé la pluie d´automne la couvre d´étangs.

 

And from  Die Heilige Schrift, Aus dem Grundtext übersetzt, 1952, Verlag R. Brokhaus Wuppertal-Elberfeld, Die Psalmen, Psalm 84, 4-6:

Glückselig , die da wohnen in deinem Hause! stets werden sie dich loben. (Sela)

  • Glückselig der Mensch, dessen Stärke in die ist, in deren Herzen gebahnte Wege sind!
  • Durch das Tränental gehend, machen sie es zu einem Quellenort; ja, mit Segnungen bedeckt es der Frühregen.

 

Since 15. november 2012 I live  60 km. north of Copenhagen in a summerhouse area in North Sealand only 2 km from Kattegat Sea.

After 25 years living in Copenhagen (1983-2012) I decided to live permanently in my summerhouse as pensioner. In Denmark you are allowed by law to stay  permanently in your summerhouse all year around, when you have status as pensioner and owned the summerhouse in 8 years.

 

Early spring in my garden in my house in Melby, North Sealand, Denmark:

 

Sunset 28.  april 2016  7.30 PM – beauty of nature and light:

 

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark. At left: My entrance and my garden to ,y house

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark. At left: My entrance and my garden to my house. Photo in direction west about 7.30 PM the 28. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Sunset 28. april 2016 7.30 PM:

 

Melby, North Sealand. View from my house to my garden

Melby, North Sealand. View from my house to my garden in direction south. At sunset around 7.30 PM the 27. april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

And same view 2 weeks later 12. may 2016 7.30 PM with 21 degrees Celcius:

Trees in full leaf:  

Oak in middle of garden, birk and beech at left and cheery tree at right.

 

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View to my garden 12. may 2016 at 7.30 PM. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen

View to my garden 12. may 2016 at 7.30 PM. Photo by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Sunset april 2016 – view in direction to Melby Church builded about 1200 A.C. and to Melby Mill constructed 1878:

 

Sunaset april 2016 around

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark –  Sunset early april 2016 around 20.45 PM. View in direction west 100 metres from my home in direction to Melby Church builded 1200 A.C and Melby Mill builded 1878. Photo early april 2016 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

Text and photos copyright Erik K Abrahamsen 2016

All rights reserved

 

Enjoy life – be happy!

 

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark 24. april 2016

With Love

Erik

 

Updated 12. may 2016

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