But it's a nice kind of mess. It's a moving out mess. And quite exciting really.
Friday, 29 June 2012
Thursday, 28 June 2012
When summer has troubles finding it's way to Denmark, we must bring summer to nature... This is a few photos from a picnic we had yesterday in Dyrehaven, Copenhagen.
Two pretty Norwegian ladies
More important picnic stuff.
At first it was gray and windy. But then! The sun came out and we could nap in the warming sun.
Wednesday, 27 June 2012
Thursday, 14 June 2012
Wednesday, 6 June 2012
Tuesday, 5 June 2012
Since January I have cycled past Utterslev Mose in Copenhagen 4 days a week on my way to work. The scenery has naturally changed a lot and most evenings it has been really beautyful to cycle through the marsh. However, it wasn't until a few weeks before the classes went on holiday that I figured it would be cool to try and photograph the same place at the exact same time for four days in a row. This turned out to be a bigger challenge than I expected due to for example (normal) forgetfulness, locking oneself out from one's flat, rain and bank holidays. In the end I did manage to take some photos - But (sadly) it was in one of those grey-weathered periods where you're lucky if the sun shines for 10 minutes.
(all photos are unprocessed and taken with the same lens and the same settings)
After this long grey period the weather became really good and the Copenhageners started smiling. And someone could be found on a small balcony, looking like this, drinking loads of iced coffee:
These days are almost only spent at the library where I really (really-really) try to study and read about the contemporary city and urban memory as well as discourses around affect, ethics and the environment, whilst listening to especially Beach House and Bright Eyes.