For some reason I feel a growing sense of responsibility for Copenhagen. If I see bad planning or recognize a way to improve things, I just can't let it slide anymore. And, acting on these impulses only make them stronger. The really important stuff can't be left up to random bureaucrats at the far end of a paper trail. They don't know the local stuff the way we do, and their actions have huge consequences for Copenhagen and the inhabitants.
In the case of the bunkers and the small hills and the old trees on the corners of the bridge, we (the people) managed to put a halt to the plans of demolishing them. But we are not safe yet. Next the local council sets up a pavilion on "Culture Night" by the bunkers, one week from now, to ask passers-by how they feel about having the area flattened. And now I am working on a new bunker banner for that night. How did I become this person who makes banners, all of a sudden? So strange. But it feels good to act.
Anyway, I just wanted to get that out of my system, haha. Moving on to fall pictures from Copenhagen:
Fancy fall. I love confetti, what did I miss here?
Aaaaand here we go: me and my hyper sensitive camera are going to have so much fun, with these artistic little misreadings in the next couple of months. Maybe it will turn out to be a good thing?
Such a small area, and yet so many traces of people who don't give a damn.
Clearly someone gave a damn here.
This is going to be a good day, I can feel it.
Weekend hugs to everyone!