Many of our special summer memories has to do with the Island of Møn.
Just after the Møn Bridge the road curves to the left.
The trees alongside the road are bending a bit to the left as well,
presumably because of the wind.
It was cloudy as I walked across the field yesterday -
soft raindrops were falling as the clouds covered the sky.
After rain the air was fresh and the sun lightened up the vanilla skies!
On my way back along the sea, the sun was about to set.
It is amazing how fast the form and the color of the skies change.
I saw a flock of geese flying above the sea, and heard a few seagulls from the distance.
The beach has also dressed to autumn -
The yellow flowers have turned to orange.
The autumn must come, making way to the winter, so that the spring and the summer can come again.
I like autumn, and all the other seasons
- it is just that sometimes saying farewell to a wonderful summer
makes me a bit blue.
I'm thankful for all the moments we've had by this beach - the laughter,
the rays of the sun warming our faces, the waves carrying us ...
A song called Høstvise is one of my favourite autumn songs,
I learned to sing it at school.
The melody is beautiful - it is both melancholic and happy at the same time.