Demons, Imagine Dragons

When the days are cold
And the cards all fold
And the saints we see
Are all made of gold

When your dreams all fail
And the ones we hail
Are the worst of all
And the blood’s run stale

I wanna hide the truth
I wanna shelter you
But with the beast inside
There’s nowhere we can hide

No matter what we breed
We still are made of greed
This is my kingdom come
This is my kingdom come

When you feel my heat
Look into my eyes
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

Don’t get too close
It’s dark inside
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

When the curtains call
It’s the last of all
When the lights fade out
All the sinners crawl

So they dug your grave
And the masquerade
Will come calling out
At the mess you’ve made

Don’t wanna let you down
But I am, hell bound
Though this is all for you
Don’t wanna hide the truth

No matter what we breed
We still are made of greed
This is my kingdom come
This is my kingdom come

When you feel my heat
Look into my eyes
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

Don’t get too close
It’s dark inside
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

They say it’s what you make
I say it’s up to fate
It’s woven in my soul
I need to let you go

Your eyes, they shine so bright
I wanna save that light
I can’t escape this now
Unless you show me how

When you feel my heat
Look into my eyes
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

Don’t get too close
It’s dark inside
It’s where my demons hide
It’s where my demons hide

~ Demons, Imagine Dragons

The incredible colours of Skagen Odde, Denmark

The wonderful colours of northern jutland, Denmark.

00:00 Skagen Odde (or Skagens Odde) sometimes known in English as the Scaw Spit, is a sandy peninsula which stretches some 30 km northeast and comprise the northmost area of Vendsyssel in Jutland, Denmark.
Skagen Odde is one of the largest spit systems in Europe, created by a continuous process of marine sand and gravel deposition, moved in a north-east direction by longshore currents. The width of the spit varies from 3 to 7 km.

02:24 Grenen is a long sandbar at Skagen Odde (the headland of Jutland), north of the town of Skagen.
Grenen is the junction point between the strait of Skagerrak (part of North Sea) and the Kattegat sea and the powerful turbulence of the colliding seas, have created a 4 km long curved sandbar above and below the waves stretching east. The reef is still active and have grown about 1 km northeast towards Sweden over the last century, resulting in a mean annual growthrate of about 10 m. The currents and turbulence are very strong and it is prohibited and can be fatal, to take a swim in the waters around Grenen.

03:04 The Sand-Covered Church (Danish: Den Tilsandede Kirke, also translated as The Buried Church, and also known as Old Skagen Church) is the name given to a late 14th-century church dedicated to Saint Lawrence of Rome. It was a brick church of considerable size, located 2 kilometres southwest of the town centre of Skagen. During the last half of the 18th century the church was partially buried by sand from nearby dunes; the congregation had to dig out the entrance each time a service was to be held. The struggle to keep the church free of sand lasted until 1795, when it was abandoned.

03:44 Råbjerg Mile is a migrating coastal dune between Skagen and Frederikshavn. It is the largest moving dune in Northern Europe with an area of around 1 km² and a height of 40 m. The dune contains a total of 4 million m³ of sand. The wind moves it in a north-easterly direction up to 18 m a year. The dune leaves a low, moist layer of sand behind it, trailing back westwards towards Skagerrak, where the Mile originally formed more than 300 years ago.

Music:
Let her go, Passenger

Sunset at Reynisfjara and Reynisdrangar

An incredible winter sunset with a magic golden light at Reynisfjara black volcanic sand beach, Reynisdrangar sea stacks and Dyrhólaey promontory with its natural arch rock, south Iceland.

Reynisfjara is a wonderful and surreal black beach and features an amazing cliff of regular basalt columns resembling a rocky step pyramid, which is called Gardar. Out in the sea are the spectaculary shaped basalt sea stacks Reynisdrangar. The area is rich birdlife, including puffins, fulmars and guillemots.

Reynisdrangar are basalt sea stacks situated next to the mountain Reynisfjall near the village Vík í Mýrdal, in the south coast of Iceland, not far from the Dyrhólaey.
According to legend the Reynisdrangar sea stacks were formed when two trolls were trying to drag a three-masted ship to land. When daylight broke they turned to stone.
The stacks are 66 meters above sea level at their highest.

The small peninsula, or promontory, Dyrhólaey is located on the south coast of Iceland, not far from Vík í Mýrdal. It was formerly an island of volcanic origin.
The view from up there is absolutely fabulous: to the north is to be seen the giant glacier Mýrdalsjökull. To the east, the black lava columns of the Reynisdrangar come out of the sea, and to the west the whole coastline in the direction of Selfoss is visible, depending on weather conditions. In front of the peninsula, there is a gigantic black arch of lava standing in the sea, which gave the peninsula its name: the Island with the Hill Door.

Music:
The Last of the Mohicans soundtrack

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