25 September 2012

Bring it on!

Ah, remember last year around this time? When the air was pink and some were still in flip flop's? Yeah, that show is cancelled, because we had such a great summer, and we all know you can't have everything. The funny thing is, I am in a really good mood. With the dimming lights and milky sky, it may take a little longer to dig out the yum, especially with a camera that bails at the first whiff of twilight, and/or humidity. But one way or the other we will all survive another trip to the dungeon. Bring it on, weather man!

Windows

Snup en Ole mens du venter. 2200 Kærlighed

Postersized beer label from local bar Props, who named a beer after Ole, a regular customer. (Reads:) Grab an Ole while you wait.

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Frantz Flottenheimer moth.

Mmmmmm, macro that:

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The Copenhagen Street Animators Littlebrother project

The dungeon season also announces the return of Dutch book markets at the Helligånds church. I have already splurged on vinyls and vintage cook books. For drooling purposes only, having zero patience for the fine art of cooking. Dammit. How can a food lover not like to cook? 

Religion is not big here, and recently they decided to shut down a number of churches. Using them for different purposes is not popular with the believers, who would rather see them demolished that put to alternative use, like the Dutch book market. I can't think of a better way to further alienate a non-believer.

Church graffiti 
Nice try, God! 

 

4 comments:

  1. Fantastic macro of the moth. Amazing design. Maybe he's a refugee from Danish Fashion Week?

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    1. I don't know when he was put there, but I am pretty sure it is not fashion related. Even though they would make a fine print. Fashion need to look into the street art scene.

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  2. Wow I love that first photo. I don't know what it is about it but I can't stop staring at it.
    Love it.

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    1. It is a house reflected in the windows of another house. It looked pretty surreal, and ever changing, depending on your angle. Looking up on sunny days can be really rewarding. :-)

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