During my vacation in summer, I visited my grandfather’s beach house. Although he spends quite some time taking care of his flowers, this only sunflower that grew by itself made the difference. It was ‘self created’ and the only one rising up to 2 meters.
Every autumn in Scandinavia is such a delight. Colours and fallen leaves make a marvellous landscape. Unfortunately the recent storm that passed by Denmark and other northern countries destroyed this beautiful landscape. These are some of the images I took before the storm hit Copenhagen and we could still see the yellow-red leaves hanging on the trees.
While wandering around Copenhagen, I discovered this hidden square that is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and old fashioned houses. This place reminded me very very much of my favourite square in Stockholm. Or maybe I just desperately wanted to see it once again
This is what happens during a sunset in Denmark. I have seen many colours in sunsets, but it was the first time I experienced total blue colours on the sky mirrored on the lake somewhere in the suburbs of Copenhagen. Looks good? No photoshop, no colour correction, no edit at all.
This week is totally dedicated to Halloween in Tivoli part 5! I took a lot pf photos but my blogging time is so limited unfortunately!
The setting is unbelievable as always and night time at Tivoli was simply amazing! Don’t you think?
I hope you enjoy the photos!