Hot from the press!, I made this photo just 3 hours ago, I was out with a couple of friends in the part of Copenhagen called Ørestaden, it’s a newer part of the city with a lot of interesting architecture.
Definitely worth a visit if you’re in town and like to photograph architecture.
The reason for the title – which means “Mountain” in Danish – is that the building I’m standing in is called “Bjerget”.
- Camera: E-M1
- Aperture: ƒ/16
- Shutter speed: 50s
- ISO: 200
- Focal length: 12mm
- Taken: 13 February, 2014
April last year I went out to the eastern point of Amager called Kongelunden – the kings grove – to see if I could catch a nice sunset, but the weather was grey and not cooperating at all. But it wasn’t all for nothing, because I got this capture of these three wind turbines, which I kind of liked, especially after I added some gritty black and white look.
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Photo from Arches Nationalpark, Where I manage to spend a few days after I photographed the Color Festival i Spanish Fork, last year.
Utah is definitely getting one of my favorite states in the U.S.