Swedish camp for fishermen
Valby Bodar is a small quiet corner on the west coast of Gotland. It is more of a kind of fishing camp, outside any village, where fishermen have tiny cottages with the necessary equipment, boats and a small harbor. They set out from here to the sea to fish around just as we set out for the mushroom forest.
That it is a maritime site is confirmed by typical „decorations“ that can be seen in similar places.
The fish caught are usually hung on wooden dryers. Even without the catch, it works in a very relaxing way …
It is true that this whole camp looks very idyllic. The lush green carpet and the current absence of residents certainly add to this. True, someone could also have a depressing impression on people. It's just on everyone …
The only inhabitants here are just sheep. However, they are often seen in Gotland.
Finally, the coast, which here looks like almost anywhere on the island. Flat limestone slabs gradually fall into the Baltic, here and there large boulders, once brought here by a glacier, lie. In the background, the almost circular island of Lilla Karlsö protrudes from the sea.
It is true that some cats remember better times. Nature is slowly taking back what was once her …
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