Hallo lieber Gast

Hallo lieber Gast, willkommen in den klaren Weiten im Norden Deutschlands, begleite mich auf meinen Pfaden durch die Natur, Ausflügen und Reisen, auf der Suche nach Ruhe und Anregung. Entdecke mit mir Linien und Freiräumen, die die Perspektiven, die Vielfalt der Farben und Formen dieser Welt und unserer Natur uns bieten und genieße Momente der Nachdenklichkeit, Poesie und philosophischen Worte großer Dichter und Denker, manchmal auch meine eigenen lyrischen Texte dazu.

Schön, dass Du Dir die Zeit genommen hast - wunderbar, Dich hier zur wissen!

" Ich muss mich ganz im Stillen mit meiner Außenwelt reiben,. sonst werde ich untauglich für die Welt."

- Paula Modersohn-Becker

Sylt Days 2


Oh yes, that's a breakfast we love. No wish is left unfilled and it's for lie-abed because you have breakfast until 12:00

The weather was still brilliant. However, there was a strong wind that made it seem very cold.

So we dressed warmly and explored the surrounding area first.

The Morsum Kliff is one of the oldest nature reserves in Schleswig-Holstein.

Surrounded by heathland and the Wadden Sea, the Morsum cliff is located in the east of Sylt. The 1,800 meter long and 21 meter high cliff made of various rock formations is geologically unique in Europe. 

There is a lot to see on a walk around the Morsum cliff - numerous animal species, impressive nature and the beautiful view over the Wadden Sea.

The red appearance of the Morsum cliff is given by the layers of earth: dark mica clay, red limonite sand, white kaolin sand and brown-yellow boulder clay.

Thatch is harvested here for the many thatched roofs on Sylt.

They are one of the most striking eye-catchers on Sylt and shape the landscape - the Uthland Frisian houses or “thatched roof houses”. The thatched dwellings of the Frisians have resisted the advance of far less comfortable-looking hard roofs. Since the Middle Ages, these have primarily prevented the risk of fire in cities and densely populated areas. 

However, there are still numerous Frisian houses on Sylt today whose roofs are covered with soft and inviting thatch.

Check out the special wheels on this tractor, so it can work in very swampy areas.

With the wind blowing us through, we headed back.

to be continued!!!! 

6 Kommentare:

  1. Isabella, thank you for these amazing photos! I feel that I have traveled and seen a different world. Its vastness and beauty are so wonderful! Precious moments and photos!
    Best wishes to you.

    1. aww, thank you so very much for your wonderful response. best answer that I can wish for, Kaya.

      huge hugs.

  2. Great shots! Thanks so much, Isabella, for sharing with us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2024/03/barnegat-lighthouse-on-long-beach.html

  3. Kind of reminds me of Padre Island on the Texas Gulf Coast in the winter. I loved walking the beaches when it was cold, windy, and nobody else around.


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