Waiting for the ice to melt
Luftfoto af Rungsted Havn fra syd. Vinteren 2021 – et af de får år, hvor havnen var frosset til.
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I thought it was way too early. I also thought it was too cold – my fingers hated me for leaving my gloves in the car and my dog probably thought I was being mean for also leaving her in the car while I went out with the drone to shoot photos.
Those and all kinds of other complaints went through my head this winter morning – one of those rare winters when we actually did have frost for more than a fortnight and Rungsted Harbour was iced in. However, it was a fantastic Sunday morning
in the frozen harbour, and when the first rays of sunlight hit, the harbour slowly turned from dark blue to a golden glow.
So I let my dog and fingers complain a bit more while I took photos of a fantastic sunrise over Rungsted Harbour. Even I stopped complaining about the cold, after I met some of the smiling people, who were also out enjoying the cold morning – some couldn’t wait for the ice to melt, before going in for a quick swim. (I settled for warm gloves and a happy dog