The breeze is fresh and the warmth of the sun can be felt for the very first time of the year in Denmark. Wild grass has grown in a disordered way, yet the nature has managed to remain somehow tidy and harmonic. Ducks and swans are the owners of this lake, where the males chase the females hoping to successfully mate. The cabin adds the final bucolic touch to the scene.
Once in the wooden house, one can observe the smoke coming out from the industrial chimneys, the cows grazing by the lake and the people cycling on the unpaved road, all at a time. They are all the perfectly graceful components of any Nordic landscape. Everything appears moderate, discrete. Summer has arrived to Scandinavia and its inhabitants seem to be effortlessly comfortable in it.
PSEUDÒNIM: Von Trier