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Easter 2013 – part I

April 21, 2013


Easter came early this year. It was nice and sunny for the most part, but still cold and there was still a bit of snow left on the ground.

I spent a few days at my family’s summer house in Rørvig, on the North coast of Zealand. The place is known for its glorious light – in fact many artist live and work up here.

We have a small but very cozy summer house up here near the beach. So we love to go for long walks on the beach and in the plantation next to the beach. The scenery and nature is amazing up here, so I’ll let the photos speak for them selves.


We found a nice and sunny spot in the dunes with barely anny wind. It was so wonderful to lay there and soak up some sun – even though we were still wearing scarfes and gloves.

After a long walk on the beach it feels good to come home and warm up by the fire.

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    Reply Ruth May 20, 2013 at 11:02

    Congratulations Rikke, what a fabulous blog, a firm favourite already. x

    • Rikke
      Reply Rikke May 20, 2013 at 11:06

      Thank you kindly Ruth! I’m very happy to hear that x

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    Reply Fernanda Barrera April 3, 2014 at 16:32

    I can feel the Wars on my feet!! Lovely pictures!!

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    Reply Fernanda Barrera April 3, 2014 at 16:32

    Ups!! Was…the warm… No Wars!!

    • Rikke
      Reply Rikke April 3, 2014 at 16:35

      Haha! I was thinking, what?! Thank you

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