This summer, after Portugal –> Italy –> Toronto –> Spain, I accidentally spent three weeks in Copenhagen and now all I think about is going back. This is just one of the really amazing people I met there. Tillykke med fødselsdagen, Taryn!
Posts Tagged ‘Copenhagen’
This is the mild-mannered woman who made me a cheese breakfast bagel while I was in Copenhagen. The most average person in this country can be a source of aesthetic inspiration and envy. Talk about a great gene pool.
Special needs necessitate special privileges. Spotted in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Back from Copenhagen. Wrote about an independent culture house for asylum seekers and the selling of shares in Freetown Christiania. Filed both stories, seven photos, a video, and a work report. Ate terribly because the most mundane things cost a fortune in Denmark’s capital. Barely slept, but socialized plenty. Made new friends. Got lost every [...]
It’s only Tuesday and we’re Copenhagen dreaming (thanks to Paw for the song). I now present my 15 favourite exposures from the past two nights on the town. Thanks to all these wonderful people for letting me capture their light—consider this my love letter to you all for Valentine’s Day.
Every day at noon, the guards that protect Denmark’s royalty at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen are relieved by new ones from Rosenborg Castle. When we went to catch the event yesterday, we were ushered into the centre of the square and kept a safe distance from the marching procession by the politi (police). But first, [...]
Phew! Between properly settling into Aarhus and DMJX, meeting incredible people from all over the world, training my liver for the Olympics, and completing our first multimedia assignment, it’s been impossible to find a solid few hours to edit photos and scrawl a few thoughts on here until now. We arrived in Copenhagen earlier today [...]