Coronavirus alert – Denmark closed down for tourists and open for import/export of goods from 14. march to 13. april 2020. Time for reflection – Experience danes enjoying spring at sea and forest this first day with closed borders.

 

Coronavirus advarsel – Danmark lukker ned for turister og åben for import/export af varer fra 14. marts til 13. april 2020. Tid for eftertanke – Oplev danskere der nyder foråret ved havet og skoven i Nordsjælland denne første dag med lukkede grænser.

 

 

 

 

 

Text and photos Erik K Abrahamsen, saturday 14. march 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand, Denmark.

Mountain bikes on route into the forest at Slotsport House:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Mountain bikes on route into the forest at Slotsport House. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

On wednesday march 11, 2020 World Health Organisation WHO declared coronavirus COVID-19 a Pandemic.

 

The danish government closed all borders of Denmark saturday 14. march 2020 11.59 AM. All borders are open for in- and outgoing goods but closed for tourists.

This radical steps are to prevent the spreading of coronavirus to the danish population.

Two days earlier on wednesday 11. of march 2020 the danish government ordered all schools, universities and children gardens closed 2 weeks until 27. march and ban all gathering of more than 100 people.

 

The danish government call all danes to act with responsibility in the daily life:

Keep distance of around 6 feet to all people – infected or not infected with coronavirus (all people are to be LOOKED as infected by coronavirus, COVID-19  – even when they are NOT infected).

Wash you hands after touching handle and railing. Don´t handshake. When you cough do it in a throwaway serviette or in your elbow 6 feet from other people.

Don´t kiss and squeeze.

Use disposable gloves – in your home, on work and when you are shopping.

 

But don´t be panic – relax, use your common sense and act with great responsibility. Most children, young people and adults will if infected with coronarvirus only get mild symptoms as cold, fever and tired.

All the above measurement are to hinder a sudden and wide spread epidemic of coronavirus and to protect elder people of plus 60 years and all people with a reduced immunes system, reduced lung capacity and patients undergoing cancer treatment.

 

Its time for REFLECTION. 

Use this extraordinary situation to think about your life, your family and your friends.

Care for them – and be open to help your neighbor and all people you meet in your daily life. 

When you interact with people with responsibility of the above guidelines you can live your daily life in peace, harmony and joy. 

 

This saturday 14. march 2020 I decided to enjoy spring in Denmark in the forests and coastline of North Sealand.

At 10 AM I drove 9 km from my home in Melby to parking area at “Asserbo Castle Ruin”, Tisvilde Hegn:

 

Map of forest Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand, Denmark:

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Kort over Tisvilde Hegn. Scanned from folder “Tisvilde Hegn”, Vandreture nr. 1, Naturstyrelsen, Miljø- og Fødevareministeriet.

 

I walk to entrance of Tisvilde Hegn at Slotsport House and follow road “LEJEVEJ”.

I am not alone – I meet people all over the places

– walking, on bikes, on horses, playing and even men and women on dog sledges:

 

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand.

On bikes in the forest on crossroads Lejevej/Jydelinie:

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Tisvilde Hegn. On bikes through the forest on cross Lejevej/Jydelinie. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand.

Children play in the forest at crossroads Lejevej/Jydelinie:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Children playing in the forest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand.

Children play in the forest at crossroads Lejevej/Jydelinie:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Children play in the forest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand.

On dog sledges through the forest on Lejevej:

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Tisvilde Hegn. On dog sledges on Lejevej. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen

Tisvilde Hegn, North Sealand.

On dog sledges through the forest on Lejevej:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Lejevej. On dog sledges through the forest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn.

Mountain bikes on path from Lejevej to Harehøj bureal mounds:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Mountains bikes on path between Lejevej and Harehøje bureal mounds. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Harehøje.

View to bureal mounds from danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. in direction north to Kattegat Sea:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Harehøje. View to bureal mound from danish bronze age 1500 B. C. Photo in direction north to Kattegat Sea 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Harehøje.

View from top of bureal mounds from danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. in direction north to Kattegat Sea:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Harehøje. View from top of bureal mound Harehøje in direction north to Kattegat Sea. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Harehøje.

View from top of bureal mounds from danish Bronze Age 1500 B.C. in direction north to Kattegat Sea and island Hesselø:

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Tisvilde Hegn. View from top of bureal mounds Harehøje in direction north to Kattegat Sea. Photo 14. march 2020 at 11 AM by Erik K Abrahamsen

From Harehøje bureal mounds I walk down on small paths to Troldeskoven close to Kattegat coastline:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Path through the forest down to Troldeskoven close to Kattegat Sea. At left a ants´nest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven as neighbor to Kattegat Coast.

Father and child on walk on path in Troldeskoven:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Father and child on walk on path in Troldeskoven. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven as neighbor to Kattegat Coast:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Troldeskoven. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven as neighbor to Kattegat Coast:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven as neighbor to Kattegat Coast. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven.

View in direction north to Kattegat Sea:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. View in direction north to Kattegat Sea. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. View in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. Photo in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction east to Kattegat Sea:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. View in direction east to Kattegat Sea. Photo 24. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction west to Kattegat Sea, Liseleje and Sjællands Odde in horizon:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. View in direction west to Kattegat, Liseleje and Sjællands Odde in horizon. Photo saturday 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

 

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven. View in direction west to Kattegat Sea and Liseleje. Photo 14. march 2020 at 11 AM by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Troldeskoven:

View in direction east to Kattegat Sea and to horses on the beach:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Trolleskoven. View in direction east to Kattegat Sea and horses on the beach. Photo saturday 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

I walk on small path back through the forest to Strandvejen and meet a woman on a dog sledge:

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Tisvilde Hegn. A woman on a dog slege on a path in the forest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn.

A path through the forest close to JYDESTRAND at Kattegat coastline:

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Tisvilde hegn. A path through the forest close to Jydestrand at Kattegat Sea. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn, Bangs Høj.

On my walk back through the forest I meet this 2 horse riders on Bangs Height:

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Tisvilde Hegn, Bangs Høj. Two riders. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Tisvilde Hegn.

Rest of riders and horses in the forest at Lejevej:

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Tisvilde Hegn. Rest in the forest at Lejevej. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Tisvilde Hegn.

Rest of riders and horses in the forest at Lejevej:

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Tisvilde Hegn at Lejevej. Riders and their horses at rest. Photo 14. march 2020 by Erik k Abrahamsen.

 

I walk back on lejevej to parking area and entrance to Tisvilde Hegn at Asserbo Castle Ruin.

Slotsport House at entrance to Tisvilde Hegn:

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Slotsport House at entrance to Tisvilde Hegn at Asserbo Castle ruin. Photo 14. march 2020 at 12 PM by Erik K Abrahamsen.

Parking Area at entrance “Asserbo Castle Ruin” to forest Tisvilde Hegn

– back to tecknologic civilisation:

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Parking Area at entrance “Asserbo Castle Ruin” to Tisvilde Hegn. Photo in direction to Slotsport House 14. march 2020 by Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

Map of North Sealand, Denmark:

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Kort over Nordsjælland. Foto 2014 af Erik K Abrahamsen.

 

 

I hope you enjoyed – together with me – my walk this spring in blue sky and sunshine through forest Tisvilde Hegn.

 

I started my article with a call to all mankind of all ages all over the world: It is a REFLECTION TIME:

Jesus said: – “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden id light”, Matthew, chapter 11, verses 28-30 (Rest for the Weary), The NIV Study Bible, New International Version.

Jesus wept. John, 11 chapter, verse 35 (The Death of Lazarus), The NIV Study Bible, New International Version.

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him”, John, chaper 3, verses 16-17 (Jesus teaches Nicodemus), The NIV Study Bible, New International. Version.

I recommend my article on my homepage danculture.dk:

In this article you can read my personal christian testimony.

 

 

Links:

naturstyrelsen.dk

 

 

Enjoy life – be happy!

 

 

 

Text and photos Copyright Erik K Abrahamsen 2020

All rights reserved

 

 

 

Melby, North Sealand, Denmark,  saturday 14. march 2020

Best wishes

Erik

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