Digerhuvud sea stack sunset

By | Monday, Jul 27, 2009

Lifecruiser watching the sunset at the rauk area Digerhuvud, Fårö island, Gotland, Sweden, Copyright Lifecruiser.com

It’s Saturday night and we’ve walked down on the rocks to the last rock, to watch the wonderful sunset down at the big rauk (sea stack) area Digerhuvud at Fårö island, Gotland, Sweden.

Can you get the feeling of freedom and peace standing there with the wind blowing in your hair and only the never ending Sea in front of you?

All sunsets are beautiful in it’s on ways, but this is not the most beautiful one we have seen there. We goes there time after time, since the sunsets never are the same ones.

The slideshow below have some photos you’ve already seen of the sea stacks, but also some new really special ones.

Make sure to watch it to the end – it’s worth it, I promise!

I suspect that those rauk areas will be listed on the World Heritage List in the future, they are that magnificent.

It’s something very special with an area you know have been created during 430 million years, wouldn’t you say…?

Lifecruiser Rauk Sunset

9 thoughts on “Digerhuvud sea stack sunset

  1. Ling

    You sound like Kate Winslet standing on the deck of the titanic. Hope your rock isn’t about to get hit by an iceberg. :smile:

  2. claudie

    :grin: Marvelous diaporama. Mother nature created the best on the planet. the colour of the sunset are beautiful! I received your beautiful card of Gotland! tomorrow I go by train in Paris with Anaïs as she take her fly to finland! :cry:
    see us soon now!!!!

  3. Cecil Lee

    Really special sea stacks you’ve got in Sweden. Most importantly, you managed to capture the essence of the beautiful sunsets with sea stacks foreground and made us feel like we were there in person :smile:

  4. TorAa

    we rember so well we were there, also the Nordic Weather.
    However it was really fascinating.

    btw. We are half way down to you know where.

  5. Puss in Boots

    Yes the Rauks need to be added as a world Heritage site to stop them being destroyed in some way or another by people who are more interested in money.

    Beautiful sunset…as you say, each sunset is spectacular in its own way and not one is the same as the other…

  6. Shaun

    It sounds like you had a great time. Just looking at those photo’s makes me really want to go to a beach or lake.

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