Finding stones

Not many tourists find their way up here, so we had the place to ourselves. Me watching the baltic sea and painting while my daughter walked around looking for stones and crystals among the granite rocks

Stopping the shopping

Sketched up this drawing yesterday…  Researching it, I wonder why it is so often the young that have to change the ways of the adults, and the kids that take action to stop their parents from ruining our planet

Tundra Swan

Dw00084 Tundra swan ( Tundra Schwan - Pibevane - Cygnus columbianus) is a smaller swan, living high up North, both in America, Europe and Asia

Whooper Swan watercolor

Dw00085 ( Cygnus cygnus - Singschwan - sangsvane ) Large type of swan breeding far up north and with a call that can be heard more than a km. away. The Whooper swan talks a lot, and some people think they have so many different sounds it might make up a simple language

Mute swan Watercolor

Dw00086 Mute swan ( Höckerschwan - Knopsvane ) One of the heaviest birds to fly the mute swans are both much celebrated in Europe - and considered an aggressive spreading, invasive species in America

In a sea of cars

There are more than a billion cars on our planet, and the number of vehicles keep growing even though cars look less and less like the answer to many of the both local and global challenges we face today

Appreciating what we have

Umbrella vs boots - seeing what we lack The double envy paradox Text and illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt Often the grass can look greener on the other side, as we focus on what we lack instead of what we have. The good thing is that by talking together we can get the other side of... Continue Reading →

Refuel on hike

Getting enough to drink and eat on a hike is one of the things that is often not considered important for inexperienced hikers

Free Lunch

Always learned there is no such thing as a free lunch - but on a hike a cold winter day I realized there might be one exception to this rule - Nature

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