28th January 2016 / 4 comments
It’s been nearly a year since I went to Copenhagen and the weather was a perfect match for my psychological stage. Hopefully the next time we’ll both be sunnier and I’ll have more money to invest in oh-so-sexy-but-so-expensive Danish design.
Part-time adult. Future teen film expert. Eternal student. Language teacher. Traveller. Punk rock saved my life. I like books, beer, poor life decisions and Jawbreaker, not necessarily in that order.
Film photography, Photography
Copenhagen, Denmark, Film Photography
Whatever happened to winter?
Abandoned flour mill
Gorgeous photographs! I went to Copenhagen a couple of summers ago and expected to love it, but I didn’t. Can’t put my finger on why (although I don’t think getting epically lost every time we left the Airbnb helped!).
Thanks! I liked many things about it, but the fact that I went there in the middle of a depression AND in winter didn’t really help. I’d really like to go back in summer because some friends I have who live there have told me that the city totally changes (for the better) in summer. Maybe we have very high expectations with all these nordic places, though.
I miss Copenhagen, it has to be one of the coolest cities ever. I went there in Autumn so it was the perfect balance. I loved the Meatpacking District so much!
Yeah, I loved that too. I really need to go again when there are more hours of dailight per day!
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