Sunset at the beach of Klitmøller, Denmark. Click on the image for a large view.
On our way back from Sweden to Germany we made a little detour and took the ferry from Göteborg to Frederikshavn to take the route along the beautiful west coast of Denmark. Of course, we visited the Rubjerg Knude lighthouse which stands in the middle of a huge dune.
You can learn more about this lighthouse at Wikipedia.
This is an old photo from our vacation in Denmark in 2006 which I really love. I never uploaded it to this blog, only to Flickr. So, here it is. Larger and re-processed.
Another one from my Denmark archive. I really love this little lighthouse.
I wish you all a wonderful weekend!
This is one of many observation points along the atlantic shoreline of Europe. They were built during the 2nd world war as part of the Atlantic Wall. After the war the people tried to blow up these monsters of steel and concrete, but without success. They were and still are to strong and solid. So it seems like they can only be destroyed by the nature.