This blog has become more and more like a blog of images over time. Maybe because it can be difficult to define the precise meaning with words in a foreign language.
Click on the image to fill the screen..
..is the title on Scott Thomas’ 26 assignment. Feel free to participate.
Summer in Denmark can be very nice. But you’ll have to arrange for good weather.
When the temperature rises above 25C and the sun is shining all day, a tour on the lakes North-West of Copenhagen is very nice.Â Why not try one of the old boats. The oldest have been inÂ service since 1895.
A ’round-trip’ takes about 1 hour. Its very relaxing. You can arrange your picnic and have a stop or two.
Click on the map to see a larger version.
Or click this link to download the time-table.
The blue hour in the southern part of Copenhagens harbor.
Click for larger versions.
This 21th assignment from Scott is the end of an all too short summer.
We have had a summer with weather covering most of the spectrum. Heavy storms and freezing temperatures excluded.
I’m not dissapointed.
But it’s not weather for Frida playing in the garden. Neither for bathing in the sea. (Click on the image for a larger version)
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.