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I recently attended the European Association of Urology Annual Meeting in Copenhagen. This was my first time in Copenhagen and there is always something special about visiting a city for the first time. Denmark is the third Nordic country I have visited and like its neighbours provides clean streets, efficient public transport with an amazing Danish twist of style with substance. Copenhagen is a beautiful city. There is an amazing mix of colours and history and we were blessed with great (but cold “beast from the East 2”) weather for the conference. We were staying near Nyhavn and this is a great location for exploring the city.

The featured image is of a girl cycling on a pedestrian footbridge, Nyhavn, Copenhagen. It was inspired by Lartigue’s work and the bokeh is created by a vandalised piece of shatterproof blue glass which created an amazing light show in the morning light. The photos have been processed with a film emulation preset in Lightroom with some alterations including removing grain. Please leave any comments below.

 

Canal Houses, Nyhavn
Nyhavn, Copenhagen
National Theatre
Amager, Copenhagen, Denmark
Cyclist II, Copenhagen
View from Round Tower, Copenhagen
Tower detail
Rolling down the tower
Shadows, Rundetårn (Round Tower in English), Copenhagen. 
Ice reflections Nyhavn
Reflections in Nyhavn
Blue hour, Nyhavn
The Wave Art Installation, Copenhagen
  1. What a beautiful set of images. It makes me want to visit. Very clear sky. I really like the girl cycling the ice reflections and rolling down the tower.

    • Thanks Andy. It is a great place to visit. A lot of clear sky days which meant freezing conditions. I’m sure it would be great in the snow and in the summer. Are you going to create a site? Let me know if I can be of any help.

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