I think getting a glimpse at some very statuesque (ba dap chuu 😉 ) monuments in Copenhagen is a great way to start off your day. Made even better when seeing them in the fading sunset light!
They’re kinda cool flickering in the wind and stuff 🙂
Boats are cool, Sailboats are cooler!
Notice the Little Things
Like these tiny bolts. Everything was frozen in the dead of winter, but these were still gleaming and doing their job of keeping the boat together.
Afraid of heights?
My apartment in Copenhagen was on the 7th floor. That may not seem terribly high, but when the buildings around you are not generally more than 5-6 stories, it feels like you’re king of the world!
Go for a ride!
So some water, some ice, big stinking deal, right? Just some big fat canal that she’s posting again. But this is not just another domed old building, this is one of the official residences for the royal family of Denmark, notably the winter residence. NBD, just another castle. Except this is on the harbor, overlooking the hundreds of ships going in and out on a regular basis, and it has an incredible history.
A statue in Nyhavn
On my walk around the city one day, I happened to actually see this monstrous statue outside the harbor. I must’ve passed it dozens of times before I actually saw it. I don’t know what made me stop that one time, but I got a cool shot out of it!
What do you pass everyday that you don’t notice until that one special day? Take note of it 🙂
Night Sky Line
Copenhagen once again, there may be a trend in where my mind is lately 🙂
Sunset is one of my favorite times of day. As a photographer, it has the “magic hour” when the light is as naturally perfect for photographing as it will ever be. But for me it has always been nice to wind down to a beautiful scenery, a wonderful backdrop to cap of a wonderful day.