We was out photographing while reports indicated a G2 Solar storm, but no such luck. Instead we caught beautiful impressions of the blue hour at Maarup Church.
Mårup Church was a Romanesque church located in Vendsyssel in Denmark’s northern Jutland. The church was built on Lønstrup Klint, a cliff on the North Sea near the town of Lønstrup in the Hjørring municipality. The area is noted for its windswept landscape, constantly shifting sands and eroding coastline. After hundreds of years of erosion brought the North Sea dangerously close, the church was partially dismantled in 2008 to prevent its falling into the sea. The walls remain at the site, along with the anchor of a British frigate that sank off the coast in 1808.