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It’s hard not to miss a man poking his head out of a window. It’s doubly hard not to miss him as he brushes his teeth. I suppose it is better than staring at the mirror. I wish I had a bathroom with a view.
Experienced by Carlo Villarica
The Hermitage Hunting Lodge (danish: Eremitageslottet) is a small Royal castle in a large common, Dyrehaven, a couple of kilometers north of Copenhagen. I went there on an evening walk. It was pitch dark, so I had to make a very long exposure. Interestingly, the colors in the image turned reddish.
Experienced by Stefan Grage
As part of another Thrashville trip, we stopped off in a wooden shelter near the coast on the small island of Fyn, Denmark. After a long day of riding, we were cold to bone until this little baby warmed us up.
Experienced by REVOLT
A dark, almost black cloud suddenly emerged on the horizon as we were approaching Samsø, Denmark on a sunny summer day. Minutes later the sun disappeared, the rain smashed against my face and the wind speed tripled in a matter of seconds. All hands on deck! When we had regained control of our sails, I spotted a boat in trouble in the distant and took this photo. We made it safely to port, and the picture was forgotten. Half a year later, while battling a depression, I refound it and edited it as a way to express my feelings. I can only hope that the other sailors made it through as well.
Experienced by Joel Bengs
Copenhagen is known to be the World’s most bike-friendly city. A majority of its citizen ride their bikes every day, regardless of weather conditions. Snow & freezing temperature (see the snow covering the frozen canal) do not bother Copenhageners at all. The iconic Nyhavn gives a colourful backdrop to the somewhat miserable winter scene taken here.
Experienced by Max Adulyanukosol
I’m crazy enough to waltz into a deer park at 3am just to be alone with these beauties. Over the years I’ve learnt a few tricks when it comes to stalking deer in the park. Persistence is key - they will keep running from you - but use the wind to your advantage to cover as much ground as possible. When you run against the wind, especially if the leaves of the trees are rustling, they won’t hear you coming!
Experienced by Marjorie Teo
Copenhagen is known to be the World’s most bike-friendly city. A majority of its citizen ride their bikes every day, regardless of weather conditions. Snow & freezing temperature do not bother Copenhageners at all.
Experienced by Max Adulyanukosol
The Maersk Tower – University of Copenhagen, by @cfmoller_architects. A state-of-the-art research building opened in Copenhagen in 2017. It houses the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences of @university_of_copenhagen.
Experienced by Pierre Châtel-Innocenti
Abandoned as a baby, Almaz were adopted by a woman who owned a hotel and had a bit of money, in the otherwise poor Ethiopia. When she was 7 years old, she was run over, after a year in the hospital with both legs cut off and no sign of the woman, her luck changed and a Danish doctor in Ethiopia, had heard about this unfortunate little girl and adopted her, made her some new protheses. The civil war in Ethiopia a few years later, made the family move back to Denmark and they took Almaz with them, fast forward and today Almaz is a politician, triathlete, mother and doing a lot of voluntary work.
Experienced by Mads Schmidt Rasmussen
A great friend and I went exploring the coastline at Møns in Denmark. We came across two painters who, like us, wanted to capture the vastness of these white, clay cliffs.
Experienced by Andreas Dress
Ørestad, a city development district in Copenhagen, is divided in two by a highway going through the city center. I wanted to take an image showing the divide between the two parts of the city, and found a good spot on a bridge a couple of houndred meters away.
Experienced by Stefan Grage
A place I used to see every single time I visited Denmark is Blokhus. Although it might be crowded and touristy from time to time in summer it’s extremly enjoyable just to relax sitting in the dunes and watching the people and cars passing by at the beach.
Experienced by Nils Nedel
This picture is taken an evening on the beautiful island of Bornholm. The sun was setting in the horizon, i was walking along the rocky cliffside and captured this beauty!
Experienced by Mikkel Jönck Schmidt
Gedser Odde on the island of Falster in the Baltic Sea is Denmark’s southernmost point. The terminal moraine from Idestrup through Skelby to Gedser is part of the maximum glaciation line across Falster, from Orehoved to Gedser. Fronted by low cliffs, the ridge, 5–7 m (16–23 ft) high, continues underwater a further 18 km (11 mi) south-east to Gedser Rev. Sydstenen (the south stone) marks the southernmost point.
Experienced by Benjamin Blättler
I had just spent the weekend with my girlfriend in Copenhagen, she had just left to go home and I still had a whole day to kill till my flight. I used it to get used to my camera, in the bitter February cold and that is when I Discovered this beauty.
Experienced by Calum Longshaw
Went to the beach at 10pm to see the sunset. Found this beautiful location, where a small pond merged with the bay. Mixed with a long shutter speed, it turned out nicely.
Experienced by Oliver Paaske
This is one of the amazing replica wooden boats at Roskilde Viking Centre. The history is unbelievable, literally underneath the vistor’s centre they’ve dug up wooden boats several thousand years old.
Experienced by Ben Wicks
We led some of our guests who were visiting us in Copenhagen around the city and of course also to the royal palace. The sun cast hard shadows and few other visitors wandered over the square.
Experienced by GegenWind Photo
The "Insect Forest" is a collection of dark tree trunks resembling tall grass or sea weed. It's part of the Himmelhøj nature playground on Kalvebod Fælled on the island of Amager – on which you'll find the easternmost part of Copenhagen.
Experienced by Jonas Smith
Nyhavn est un canal du centre de Copenhague dont le nom signifie nouveau port en danois. Il est caractérisé par les vives couleurs des maisons qui le bordent. On y trouve l'ancienne maison de l'écrivain Hans Christian Andersen qui y vécut pendant 18 ans, des bateaux amarrés que l'on peut visiter presque en tout temps ainsi que plusieurs lieux d'exposition.
Experienced by Pascal Bernardon