Monday Motorway Music™, October 23 – Is Denmark Monochrome in the Autumn?

The photo above – which is not edited to appear in black and white – does seem to suggest so.

It is from the beach at Aarø – a small island in Lillebælt, the belt between Jutland and Fyn. The fishing nets, the angle into the sea and the quality of the light made me do a small series of shots there – that one is one of two that I like best. Final winning decisions will not be until after I have had all of them through Adobe Lightroom (they’re imported but so far unworked).

Some of the other photos do have autumn colours and green grass and stuff, so of course Denmark does have colours, also in the autumn. And if everything else, we have a quite red flag 🙂

(Trivia: the split flag signals that it is an official state flag, used by civil and military authorities and institutions – this one has a symbol in the upper left corner with a horn and a crown, signifying that it is the flag of the Danish postal service. So there’s that.)

So, we were in Jutland over the weekend – and I’ve been there for work today. Luckily, today’s trip was not just work but also  coupled with an option to visit family for dinner on the way home. But I’ve seen some 10-12 hours of motorways over a few days. And, for Danes – living as we do in a small country – that is a lot!

And no, you’re not getting a music list of 12 hours’ worth, don’t worry 😉

Un-Break My Heart – Toni Braxton
Wicked Game – Chris Isaak
Wild Is The Wind – Cæcilie Norby
You’re Looking At Me – Diana Krall
More Than A Woman – Angie Stone
I’ve Been Thinking About You – Londonbeat
Somethin’ Stupid – Robbie Williams; feat. Nicole Kidman)

Photos by me
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