The only now living person north of the South Pole that have walked upon all sandy beaches longer than 2 kilometers in Sweden and some other countries. My bare feet know the best beaches better than they know their own socks.
The bestest of the bestest beaches in the Swedish kingdom
1. Split decision. Sandhammaren in Skåne and Norsta Auren in Fårö Gotland
3. Tylösand near Halmstad
4. Skanör in Skåne
5. Sudersand in Fårö Gotland
6. Falsterbo in Skåne
7. Beddingestrand in Skåne
8. Haväng Yngsjö Beach at Österlen
9. Östra Stranden in Halland
10. Mellbystrand in Laholm
You can see pictures and videos of all the beaches in this blog. There are alson a map to the right on the start page where you can find out where the beaches are located.
Sometimes I look on my back at the beach in Akkers Brygge in Oslo. Pictured by the very best photographer, Kristian Jøraandstad.
Sometimes I look back not on my back but on all the beaches my feet has touched and sensed. It’s not always a walk in the park. I walk up to 30 kilometers a day, 500 kilometers in one summer. Without socks and without a roof. It’s a tough job. But someone need to do it. Or?
Hasta la vista from one of the best beach country in the world. Portugal.
Meters. I walked in Sweden and Norway last summer.
176 940 of them was walked on sandy beaches.
The average walking speed was 1.3773987613149 meters/second
I drove 4 304 581 meters to and between these beaches. I climate compansated for CO every meter.
All during 23 days.
This year. There will be less och everything. Because of a birth of a Beachdaughter. The second Beachdaugter. And her name is.
This year. Less is more…
Baby – Beach – Feet
We will walk little hand in less little hand…
The golden entrance to the Hammer of Sand…
Immediately my feet knocks on my bare shoulder and says. This is good Senjår Beachwalker…
The glove is thrown.
This is what the best looks like…
A journalist from the local newspaper is very happy that I am very happy about her beach…
Early in he morning.
The elephant walker in not in sight
This morning light never ends or ends or ends. At all…
The local newspaper strolls with me along the long beach…