Drawn hiking logbook Bornholm

Sketchbook as a way to remember hikes

By Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org

Drawing up impressions from hikes can be a different way to remember the days along the trails. Here are my sketches from a coastal hiking trail with my daughters to Bornholm, a small island out in the Baltic Sea

Doing simple sketches along the trail in a Moleskine notebook, coloring them up when-ever there was time

Sketch of people doing gymnastics

Walking past outdoor acrobats

Outdoor acrobats chilling and practicing

Logbook Sketch note By Frits Ahlefeldt, Hiking.org

Group of people doing acrobatics, sketch
Group of acrobats practicing outdoors, watercolor and ink sketch

Passing by a park, stopping for a second, where a group of outdoor acrobats are hanging out between the trees, laughing and practicing in the green grass, still humid from the last days of rain. Some of acrobats talking, the other doing stunts, standing on hands, on top of each other or stretching out, while the afternoon sun and the strong wind is rustling the trees, like in applause, high above the group. 

 

Packing new Hiking.org cards

Getting ready to present Hiking.org

By Frits Ahlefeldt. Hiking.org 

Printing out cards and packing down my tent in my backpack. Checking my writing and drawing gear. All ready to go live on a huge gathering of society experts, to report about hiking, thrive and a future on foot, from Bornholm. A small island in the Baltic Sea. Will be there over the next few days and update here.