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logbook Every day notes about the work by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook 16 Nov. Sketching up perspectives on the Common Good

Day with words and drawings – sketching up ideas and thoughts about the Common Good and hiking. What it is and might be in the future

Logbook 15 Nov – Three Elephant watercolors

Painting up three versions of two elephants together today, in watercolor

Logbook 8 Nov. Walking in darkness

Walking along a small stream, in the darkness of a muddy reality night, with a back-lit GPS enabled device

Frits’ Logbook 7 Nov. Packing hiking gear

How trails starts can make a huge difference, like most other things in life…

Logbook 2.Nov. Four orangutan watercolors

Four watercolor studies of orangutans

Logbook 1 Nov. Adding animals in suits to the collection

Work day at the studio, Spending the afternoon studying this most amazing animal – the orangutan

Umbrella hiking

Logbook 25 October note on Walking with an umbrella

Maybe landscapes needs to breathe too

Nature has fascinating rhythms, tidal water is one of the very visible ones..

Logbook 22 Oct. Landscapes are amazing

Drawing up maps to understand the landscapes better

15 Oct Logbook Walking in the Botanical garden

Walking in the Copenhagen Botanical Garden, on a Sunday – Autumn day

Logbook 14 Oct – old hiker note

Ink sketch of an old hiker

Logbook 13 Oct. Day sketching up conflict strategies

Frogs has refined their own versions of dealing with conflicts – jumping out of reach

Logbook 12 Oct. Hiking.org sign is back

Getting hiking back in focus

Logbook 11 oct. – Is technology going to save the planet – or make us forget about it?

Two competing theories battle today: One saying new tech will save our planet, while the other theory, says… “sorry, I was on the phone, did you mention a planet? “

Logbook 10 Oct. Sketching up European Eel Migration

A day with watercolors, and also with ideas to show the amazing migration journey of one of the most critically endangered European fish species – the European Eel, that is still fished in many European countries

9 Oct. Logbook – Started working out again

After a long break I am back at the lakes, working out and hugging an old chestnut tree

8 Oct. Logbook – Sunday at the Studio

Listening to classic music in the studio, spending my Sunday with my brushes

7 Oct. Logbook 12 Hours of watercolor painting

Logbook: long day in the studio, painting watercolors of animals

6 Oct. Logbook – Day with my daughter

Sketch and log from 6. Oct. 2017, Sitting by a lake, throwing tiny pebbles, together with my daughter

5 Oct. Logbook – Organizing projects

Getting organised and wondering about ideas… How attention can help ideas grow, and how advice can stop them from it.

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