Denmark in January
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Denmark in January

My aunt Dorte Heldrup, who passed away a year ago, would have turned 80 here in January. Thus, to commemorate Dorte and celebrate her birthday, my mother and I brought flowers to the Petersen family burial place on Mariebjerg Kirkegård (cemetery) north of Copenhagen. This is where the parents of my Danish grandfather, Gunnar Heldrup (Petersen) and several of his siblings, and now also Dorte, are buried. The tomb stone for Dorte is still under construction and not emplaced yet. Weather in Denmark turned to minus degrees during my stay in Denmark and I was able to take photos of the beautiful sunrise this morning.

Photo: Gabrielle. My mother, Marlous and the dogs at the Petersen family burial place on Mariebjerg cemetery. A very nice place for a walk and you are allowed to bring the dogs.
Photo: Gabrielle. Sunrise over Gundsømagle in Denmark.
Photo: Gabrielle. Sun rays over the dogs, Deli and Jörfi.