This is my contribution to Scott Thomas’Assignment 16: Best Photos of 2011
Please note that these photos are NOT the best from 2011. But they are mine. They are picked from the more than 10,000 photos shot since November 2010. You might have seen some of them before.
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Food! Who haven’t shot pictures of well arranged food. This plate is a typical Danish ‘julefrokost’ starter. (Christmas lunch)
The forest as it looked last winter:
An afternoon in front of Copenhagen University
From “Christiania” – an autonomous part of Copenhagen
The shoes were walking near the Copenhagen Harbor
And finally a single photo of the new love of my life: Frida
24 tanker om “Best Photos of 2011”
Thanks Michaela 🙂
I remember many of these, especially the forest in winter, which is a particular favorite of mine. But I am astonished that you did not just go ahead and post half a dozen photos of Frida. I would have . . .
I could overload my database with photos of Frida!
But perhaps it is only through my eyes she is wonderful?
Your tree shot is absolutely lovely Carsten.
And I can’t believe how Frida has grown since my last peek over here!! Beautiful! I really must stop in more often. 🙂
I’m glad you like it KD.
And regarding Frida: She is growing fast. The thick arms and legs are changing shape due to her running exercises.
…Maybe it is time for an updated photo!
I do love the last photos. 🙂
How many shall I count out before we reach the last?
Only the first with the herring on rye bread ?
Thanks Nye. 🙂
Great job, Carsten. I hadn’t seen many of these….wonderful variety! 🙂
Thanks Tracy. I think you did right in choosing one for each month.
Carsten – this is a fine series of photos from you – so different photos which show the breadth of your photo work. My favorites are the portrait of Frida – and the abstract “Shoes with legs”…
I’m still trying different techniques to see where they leads.
For the time being the B&W appeals to me. Where did all the colors go?
Very nice collection.
I like the picture of the mist in the forest and the staircase.
Thanks Dallas. I’m glad you also like the staircase (or its surroundings). I think it is a remarkable place.
What a great collection, Carsten ! I remember most of them, starting with your tasty Christmas starter. I had not seen your bright local transport – wonderful shot. ” Christiania” looks like a fabulous and creative place, what a picture ! I knew I would find little Frida here 🙂 enchanting smile, funny duo of teeth, the caring hand that is holding her gently. Love. Thank you for sharing those wonderful moments.
Thank you very much Isabelle.
There are new pictures because I find it wrong to present all the same again.
The train picture is one of the results from my work with a post processing technique I’m working on.
Christiania is a remarkable place which attracts many tourists. I were there for a visit in a very good restaurant “Spiseloppen”
And Frida! Sigh, I won’t see her until tomorrow!
Wow, Carsten. You made some great choices. The “local transport” with the red bursting through all the white is awesome! The Frida picture is completely adorable.
Thanks Karma. I’m glad you like the transport photo. I’m still learning as you can see in my answer to Isabelle. And Frida: Pure love!
LOVE the forest shot. I’m hoping to get one just like that someday.
Stay tuned for more. Thanks for the visit Barbara.
Loved the forest and the legs with shoes….maybe I”m a black and white girl..but then I got to Frida…and fell totally in love with her…she’s adorable…
I like your words as a kitten cream. Frida is a source of colors. And she takes time from everybody near her.
I’m fascinated by the graffiti shot. How the heck did they reach to “paint” the undersides of those stairs. The lighting is magical.
My other favourite, is the shot of the winter trees in the fog.
Found you via Scott’s photo blog challenge.
Sybil in Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia
Thanks for visiting Sybil.
Scotts frequent assignments has side effects. One is bloggers visiting new sites, and that is positive.
I visited your blog, and I can see that you have eyes for reflected light.
p.s. My mother was born in Winnipeg – only about 2000 miles from Nova Scotia. 🙂