A couple of years back, I spend 2 weeks in the late summer in Toscany at a rural farm house in the country side of Toscany, Italy.
I completely unplugged and enjoyed the silence (not the song :-)) , the beautiful nature, the warm weather, the friendly people, the great food and the lovely Brunello red wines.
I can only recommend others to do a trip like this and get life into perspective and to cherish what worth it and trash what’s not.
I tried to capture the nature while I was there. You can watch it in the video above.
As a water lover, I’ve visited another Danish coast line with my drone the other day.
More exactly Helgenæs on the main land’s east coast. It is located at the very tip of the ‘nose’ in Denmark and has a light house that serves a very important role guiding traffic in and out of Denmark’s largest commercial port – Port of Aarhus.
Have a look and let me know what you think:
As you embark on every journey – you will – eventually return back Home.
Whether you have been:
- Doing lots of business travel for more than 25 years
- Making vacations to distant places in the world
- Completing your daily commute
- Exercising on you bike or doing motorbike rides
- Visiting underwater life all morning in a dry suit
- …or returning from a windy walk on the beach
It could also just be mentally through your mind…
All travel will eventually complete and the distance from Home will cease to increase (the 180 turn).
I am always connected to my Home and enjoy traveling out but always happier returning back Home – I love coming Home – to recharge the energy.
Please enjoy the relaxing mood of the video above as I will try to capture more Danish coast lines during 2018.
Came across this spot the other evening – just before sunset. Not too happy with the result but it still captures a little bit of the atmosphere in this new part of town.
Last week I had two spectacular dives into the Caves of Grotta Giusti Natural Spa.
The caves run along a fault line in the mountains that reaches 900 meters deep and extends 10 km along the mountains.
It was a fantastic experience and can only recommend this to other fellow scuba divers. It is narrow, dark, special equipment but with 200 meters of visibility and no current and lovely warm (However, don’t do this as your first after certification)
If in Tuscany, Italy go a visit and jump into the 34 deg C warm water and see for yourself.
Until then, you can check out this video.
Could not resist capturing the white and very winterish scenery from this weekend.
Snow typically doesn’t stay long here so one better enjoy it while it lasts.
3 minutes…slow…relax…dive in…
A Winter’s Day from Henrik Leerberg on Vimeo.
Happy New Year 2016 🙂
On January 1st this year this I went to one of my favorite spots in the bay where I live.
It is one of the places I really enjoy at any time of the year. On Jan 1st the weather was calm, chilly and foggy but most of all beautiful as always.
2016 will be an exiting year on many areas but let’s wait and enjoy the moments we have when we have them.