Officially am the mad Asian girl snapping away with her iPhone,
at architecture that citizens of Denmark would have seen all their lives.
Here’s a slice of Copenhagen:
the streets of Vester Farimagsgade 9
as seen through my eyes.
Taking shelter underneath my umbrella in the drizzle proves to be a disadvantage,
for my hands were really unstable,
and I had zero sense of angle/perspectives.
Mad love for vintage architecture!!
Classical to be exact, but I’ve not exactly learnt how to differentiate the two.
Walked quite a distance considering I have 3 hours to kill between waking up and lunch with the crew.
My favorite hangout in the neighbourhood!
If I could wake up to this everyday, it would be such a blessing.
Felt so at peace with the world just by standing on the jogging path
overlooking this river.
Beauty in the mundane —
was the first thought that came to mind when I saw these postboxes.
The hotdog seller was giving me a strange look,
as if he found it incredulous that I was snapping a photo of his hotdog stand.
All these within the hour and I’m still in time for lunch.
Well-worth the 12hours we took to arrive at Copenhagen!
P.S Biggest bonus of my job: catching sunrise 35000 feet above the ground
This is such a bad shot but you can see the sliver of red that indicates the rising sun…
Upclose, it’s absolutely breathtaking.
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