Monthly Archives: January 2016

Farum Sø 2 weeks Later

The snow and ice has gone, now its a mixture of grey skies and moss covered logs.

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Extracting and Locating

I have been a happy user of the Ruta Locura Sorex stakes for a while, having used both the 6″ and 9″  pegs with a number of shelters. Recently, I was reading The Lightweight Tramping Gear Blog of Rob McKay as he described the … Continue reading

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Return to Farum Sø

A week is a long time in many sports, as it was on Farum Sø. In the past week there has been snow and the temperatures have dropped below zero, so it was time to return to Farum Sø. There was now … Continue reading

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Farum Sø

I wandered over to Farum Sø (lake) today. The recent snowfalls were still evident, though temperatures above 0 degrees C have the snow melting. The forest was still and the waters calm with many birds happily resting on the water. … Continue reading

Posted in Copenhagen, Farum Sø, M.Zuiko 17 mm f1.8, Olympus EPL 5, Wandering, Water | 7 Comments

A windy, winter wander, along the Danish West Coast

I have grown fond of the west coast of Jutland (Jylland), particularly areas north of Thyborøn. In part I think this is because of the “Wildness” or openess as well as a sense of isolation, furthermore, I am attracted by … Continue reading

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