There is so much beauty in the world, if you open your eyes.
It’s not always the beauty we look for, and it’s rarely found where we expect to see it.
Beauty is more than nature and art. 
I can’t put it better than Leonard Cohen, who famously wrote:
“There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in”.

Beauty is everywhere.
In nature, where it is supposed to be, and anywhere it cracks through the sidewalk.

In small considerate gestures between strangers on a rainy day.

From a majestic church to a tiny homemade headstone for the family pet.

Small details in good design, seashells, a spiders web and a steaming steak.

If you open your eyes to the beauty of this world you will fast arrive at the conclusion that everything is a miracle; every grain of sand, every drop of rain, every BigMac and every stroke on a string instrument. All of it has been millions of years in the making, adjusted and polished to the perfect shape, sound and nuance.

Just like all these wonderful people you meet everywhere.

Some days I photograph every single flower, and have conversations with every bird I meet.

I walk around smiling like an idiot, and that’s perfect, because that’s exactly what I am: An idiot seeing the world for the first time – every time.

Even in Denmark and Sweden people often speak English to me, because I look just like a sightseer.