Mmm. Hvor ser det dejligt ud, det hele. Man har næsten lyst til at smage på stemningen i billedet.
Årh Trix hvor er det fint sagt. Mange tak. :-)
Thanks for your blog and beautiful photographs. I'm following your blog for à while and it is even one of the reasons that we are visiting Cph this week.
Oh, that is the ultimate compliment. I really hope you will have a good time here, otherwise I feel responsible, haha. Let me know if you need any tips (you can just use the email, I will be happy to help you out).
reflections! at least you have pauses between storms! i love this little guy on the last photo, is he from the adam's family?
Yay reflections. I know I am sort of repeating myself with those, but I can't help myself, and sometimes they are the only upside to the constant rain. We did have a beautiful week of summer, and the announced Friday-monsoon never happened. Even today they said rain, but so far it has been sweet and summerlike.The guy on the last photo is by Kissmama, a Danish street artist taking the piss out of different types of Copenhageners. But always with a kindness to it. :-)
(Spoke too soon. We ended up with crazy fall like weather)
classic darling, you don't need sound, your pictures speaks loud and clear;)<3kh muttilove (of cause I love your comments on cph as well)
I want to move to Copenhagen, but everyone says it is impossible for it is so expensive. Is it totally impossible to move to Copenhagen and STAY IN Copenhagen and not in a suburb?
Hi Anonymous,In my experience, if you really want something, you can make it happen. You may have to struggle to find a place, and it may not be the place you love first off, maybe you will live in a crappy room in Copenhagen, and move on to a better place once you know more people. Bigger and expensive apartments are always available, and mostly for sale here, but if you turn it into a collective, it could be an option.
I love comments! Go ahead, make my day. :-)