There’s a new photographic challenge on the WordPress Blogging University, explore the tag photo101 to find out more. This photo addresses four days beautifully. This photo was taken way before the photo challenge existed and it seems I followed the rule of thirds.
For me, most of Denmark and lots of Scandinavia is embodied in the word “Bliss” and scenes like this encapsulate the atmosphere I feel in the Danish countryside.
This is the place where my great grandfather was born. There is a salmon ladder here and the red building is a water mill that dates back to a time in the nineteenth century when a ‘fabrik’ or cloth factory was located here. The factory was run by the Larsens and made uniforms for Danish soldiers battling their southern neighbours!
Those days are long gone and the factory building is now a teacher’s convention centre, and the grounds are used for picnics and recreation. I think great grandfather and his family would find some bliss here!
Day 2 – Street and Establishment Shots
Day 3 Water Orientation
Day 4 Bliss
Day 5 Solitude and Rule of Thirds
Something to Ponder About