My gallery – is from yesterday – had a golden day in Køge, Denmark, together with my blogging sister Ann-Christine@Leya – a day with a bit of everything. A stunning little town 40 min by train from Copenhagen.
In Denmark is it quite common to use a very special golden shade of house paint – both on old and new houses. A fantastic color. Køge have house that goes back to 1500’s and still used as private homes.
Even if we spent nearly a full hour in the most wonderful flower shop,”Da Capo”, taking images – I haven’t managed to get one image of a golden flower … not even a rose.
The Danes love their bikes, there is bikes everywhere and they are very colorful, this was our favorite. I want one too.
A day in Denmark means good food, both at our breakfast and late lunch I found some gold. We had golden pancakes with banan cream for breakfast. At lunch we got some golden deep fried onion on our Danish open roastbeef sandwiches, smørrebrød
And we spent a little too much gold too – more than we should had … spent some Danish Krone. Spent it on clothing. Wasn’t meant to be … but it happen, we blame the rain.
Even if our day had some mixed weather – my evening was pure gold. Image taken while waiting on my bus at Landskrona station around 8.30pm.
Thanks Ann-Christine for the golden memories.
“Pure gold does not fear furnace”
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