The man who lives behind the blue door has another door
In another blue color
He likes blue
The woman behind the white door has no number
But she keeps flowers
In a wooden tub
She likes flowers
Not only can you reach the rainbow, you can enter it.
Where? On top of the art museum Aros in Ã…hus Denmark.
Olafur Eliasson has created “Your Rainbow Panorama”. You can read about it here.
The blue hour in the southern part of Copenhagens harbor.
Click for larger versions.
Scott Thomas has challenged us with a new assignment on “blue hour photography“.
You can read about the blue hour effect on Scotts site.
This photo is from an area called “Fisketorvet” (Market square for fish trading) in Copenhagen harbor. The building is called “The Aller Building” and it houses The Aller Company, one of the largest publishers in Denmark.
Interiør fra kirken i Kgs. Lyngby. Klik for større billede.
The interior of the Mideval church in Kongens Lyngby. More details to follow. In the meantime, click on the image and look at the beautiful old frescos on the walls. They are from the late 1400’s.
The Palace “Amalienborg” has been the residence of the Royal family for many years. The Palace consists of four more or less identical buildings. This part is named “Frederik VIII’s Palace” It has been refurbished during the past 6 years, and will soon be ready to host the coming King “Frederik X”. -That is when he take over from his mother “Queen Margrethe II”.
From the botanic garden in Copenhagen.
Scott Thomas came up with assignment #6: My Home Town.
Not an easy theme to work with. -Unless you have access to a helicopter or an aeroplane.
Well – I have chosen to define ‘Town’ as a collection of houses. For this collection I will present houses where I have lived – My homes. And a couple additional buildings.
Læs mere Min hjemby | My Home Town
Now I have started bragging about my placement in the photo competition, I better continue.
Actually one of my images came out as 3rd in B&WÂ inÂ a local competition.
I’ll wait and show the rest later