Images from a photography enthusiast based in Oslo
Fall Break – Urban Copenhagen
During the first week of October, we traveled to Denmark to stay in a village about 30 miles north of Copenhagen over fall break. We spent a couple of the days going into the city to walk around, starting our jaunt, in one case, in an urban park known as Superkilen and meandering down to Rosenborg Slot. Here are some images from from that particular day in Copenhagen, with a few from the other day sprinkled in.
I am an amateur photography enthusiast living in Oslo, Norway.
My favourite subjects tend to be landscapes and nature - but I enjoy capturing urban scenes, architecture, abstract shapes and street art as well. View all posts by kewtiebird
2 thoughts on “Fall Break – Urban Copenhagen”
What a wonderful set of photos. I love the way that you feature bright colors of the objects and buildings in so many of your images–even the graffiti seems pretty. I particularly enjoyed your shots of the quirky bicycles that you encountered–the one with the longhorns is really cool. It is obvious too that you pay a lot of attention to the framing and composition of your photos, using vertical shots effectively to highlight features like the poplar trees and the towers of a castle.
First Bohuslan and now Copenhagen! At least I get to see these cities and places that are so dear to my heart through your pictures. It has ben 6 years since I have been there – 5 years too long! Did you go inside Rosenborg? I found it utterly fascinating.