On one of our days in Prerow we decided to rent a small sail boat and spend a lazy day gliding down the Prerowstrom. The Strom is the river the flows almost parallel to the Baltic Sea and leads into the bay called the Bodden. It was a fantastic sunny day and I was able to take a few nice photos.
The Prerow harbor is a small charming little place. Day tours can be booked on many of the sailboats available there. The little Bistro there also serves fresh smoked fish, which we packed and took with us on our sailboat to enjoy on our trip.
Before we could set sail we had to ask our two guests to move from their very scenic spot.
It's funny how certain types of scenery looks completely different when viewed from "the other side". Seeing things from the water gave each shot a different angle. The landscape and scenery was truly amazing. Although it is mostly flat, the extensive plains changing from green meadows and blue ponds added a spectacular dynamic to the landscape.
We were told that the cows, sheep and other farm animals were raised on these meadows 100% organically. The lambs and calves are naturally born on the fields, they eat what nature and the fields provide them and live 100% happy life. It was beautiful to see these animals roaming free without any cares in the world.
One of the highlights on this trip was picnicking in a gorgeous field of colorful summer flowers. No city life noises just the chirping of birds and the humming of bees. Not a person in sight just me and the boys kicking back and allowing our souls to soak up the beauty.
Hope you can close your eyes for a few minutes, imagine the scenery around you and relax in the serenity of this post.
Thank you for taking the time!
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