Monthly Archives: April 2016

You don’t have to go far, or high, to enjoy the outdoors.

It had been a while since I visited Buresø and with spring in the air I decided to take a walk along the Mølleådalen which connects with Farum Sø. The weather was cool (below 5C) and with rain/snow predicted for … Continue reading

Posted in Copenhagen, Jetboil, Olympus 12-40 mm 1:2.8 Pro, OMD EM 5 II, Wandering | 4 Comments

Rethinking Navigation

I grew up in an era where paper maps and Silva compasses were the main navigation tools, possibly accompanied with a Prismatic Compass for sighting. The advent of GPS’s, mobile phones and other electronic paraphernalia have begged the question “What … Continue reading

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Seen along the trail: Farum Sø Path

I went for a wander along the banks of Farum Sø, a couple of weeks back. It was a cool but increasingly sunny day as I followed the lake path southwards. Passing under the motorway and the railway line, all … Continue reading

Posted in M.Zuiko 12 mm f2, M.ZUIKO 45 mm, OMD EM 5 II, Wandering | 4 Comments

Just passing by

On my regular visit to Farum Sø, I was sitting drinking coffee and relaxing after a couple of busy weeks. The contrasting perspectives of life on the lake were clearly evident. Enjoy the outdoors wherever you maybe.

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