Our main objectives were openness and dayligt, with a view of the sky when possible, to clarify the depth of the stations and make traveling underground feel secure. [KHR Arkitekter]
NĂ¸rreport station is the busiest station in Denmark, serving 300.00 passengers daily via mainline railway, S-train and Metro. Apparently, I found some quiet moments for taking the photos. There are more interesting aspects to The Copenhagen Metro too, it operates driverless for example.
The Black Diamond building, designed by Danish architects schmidt hammer lassen, was opened in 1999 and is part of the The Royal Library in Copenhagen. Det Kongelige Bibliotek is the national library of Denmark and the largest library in the Nordic countries. It was founded 1648 by King Frederik III and opened to the public in 1793.
It’s beautiful and quiet and I loved it. You enjoy too.
Wie versprochen, der erste Teil der analogen Bilder vom DĂ¤nemark-Trip. Big thank you to my hosts once again, it was wonderful.
Mit der Ihagee Exakta von Christiania durch das Zentrum Kopenhagens bis auf den Flughafen ZĂĽrich.
Aufmerksamen Besuchern fĂ¤llt auf, dass es noch keine Roll I hiezu gab. Reason being: Am Weg vom Flughafen zum cyberlab hat sich diese temporĂ¤r verflĂĽchtigt und wird deswegen erst morgen fertig entwickelt sein.
Here comes the digital output of 1 1/2 days of walking Copenhagen. Can you feel it? Picking up analog photos later today. Yay!
Camera walks in the darkness are nice, especially in beautiful cities. Me and my guerilla tripod and a lot of music on a walk through the centre of Copenhagen.
I’m falling in love with Copenhagen. Spent a great sunny day in the city (mostly analogue photos, coming end of the week) centre and Christiania (no photos… almost.) and after a night shot-walk I ended up at the Floss, well and this is what I found…
Off to The Royal Library now. Have a good day.
Hello from beautiful Denmark. I don’t want to waste any time here, so quick and dirty, thoughts on last night:
a) Bloody stagelight. I don’t know whose fault that was, but no light from the front, just spots at the back of the stage. No good light = no good photos. As easy as that.
b) I thought Royksopp were doing dance music. They do, actually, but why don’t people dance? Is that a Danish thing?
c) I must not go to concerts with sky-high expectations. They can never be met.
d) Pumpehusets is a very pretty venue.
e) Royksopp Forever is pure brilliance.
That’s it. I’m outta here. Weather’s beautiful, I have to go out and explore. Cheers.