Last summer me and my family visited London. I took a photo of the railway station King’s cross which we visited quite a few times since it was situated close to our hotel. Looking at the photo made me think of Hovedbanegården in Copenhagen. Compared to eachother they have a lot in common but also a lot of unique features.
I’ve posted pictures of this house, located at Islands Brygge, Copenhagen, before but I think you will agree with me that it’s something out of the ordinary. Islands Brygge is my favorite area of Copenhagen and if you’re interested in architecture or just like to see something different, it’s well worth a visit.
Behind this beautiful set of stairs lies the blurry shape of “Den Sorte Diamant”, which is the Royal Library of Copenhagen. I was only passing by but this is one example of when I’m glad that I actually turned around with my camera but, at the same time, it makes me think about how many times I don’t and I end up missing scenes like this one.
Copenhagen has a lot to offer to people who are out looking for culture. Museums are more than plentiful and one of them is the National Museum of Denmark. When the visitors have finished with the tour they can enjoy the fantastic feast that is the brunch at Restaurant Julian on Saturdays and Sundays. I highly recommend that one! The picture below has nothing to do with the National Museum of Denmark, or any other museum for that matter, but it was taken outside the entrance of the museum.
Today was the first day in a long time that I had a chance to see the world through my camera lens. A trip to Copenhagen was on the schedule where my family went one way to meet up with friends and I went my own way with my friend Stefan. We walked a long way in the lovely spring weather with a lot of stops to let our cameras do the work instead of our feet. Hopefully a few of the pictures will find their way here. Today we take a look at something that I mainly associate with New York or other big cities. In Copenhagen they have actual steam coming up from the underground in the streets. Naturally this had to be documented and here it is!