Danish liquorice, Funen, H.C. Andersen, Hans Christian Andersen, Johannes Larson, Kerteminde, Odensee, photography, photos, travel
After a night spent in a lovely little hotel in Kerteminde, on the island Funen, it was nearly time to bid Denmark farewell. After a promising start the weather changed it;’s mind and decided we needed yet more rain – Denmark would have been so much nicer in the sun. But my Godmother and I would not be deterred and we took a walk around the gorgeous coastal town of Kerteminde.
After a short, wet stroll around and a quick trip to a shop for some Danish liquorice it was time to visit the Johannes Larson house. This danish painter was well known for his nature studies and he and his wife and other Funish painters created a well respected artist colony in Kerteminde in the early 1900s.
After some tea and more rain my Godmother and I went to Odensee, the Hans Christian Andersen town. As someone who loves fairy tales and adores H.C. Andersen I was thrilled to get a peak at the place where he was born. Sadly it was too wet to do much and will have to be revisited at a later date.
Overall I have to say I loved my time spent in Denmark, but would have enjoyed it more if the sun had come along on the trip too. But since it really isn’t that far from Hamburg I am sure I will make another visit in the near future.
But for now I am glad to be back in Dublin, still nursing my runny eyes and snotty nose, for a while. So many impressions and inspirations need to be sorted and used and hopefully the sun will decided it is summer after all – a few warm rays always brighten up the days and lighten up my thoughts.
To read about how this trip began, and ended click on the links below:
road-trip around Denmark (part one)
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What amazing photos you take!! I am sorry you were troubled with all the rain, but it looks as though you got to see some wonderful sights.
thanks so much … was tricky keeping everything dry and taking photos in between showers
I noticed the ‘blue teapot’ and I seem to remember you having a love for things like that.. Diane
Cynthia Guenther Richardson said:
Great captures of objects and views…a treat!