De Hvide Huse

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“De Hvide Huse” means “The White Houses” in Danish. This is part of the new apartment area that are being build on the waterfront here in Copenhagen.

  • Aperture: ƒ/8
  • Camera: E-M5
  • Taken: 29 October, 2013
  • Focal length: 17mm
  • ISO: 200
  • Shutter speed: 1/250s

The Red Truck

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Ever since I saw “Convoy” – you know the Sam Peckinpah movie starring Kris Kristofferson – as a kid, I’ve been very fascinated by these American trucks. So when I happen to come upon this truck, with this amazing backdrop, on my visit to Utah last spring, I couldn’t resist making a photo of it.

Here’s a before and after comparison for you.

Phnom Penh Sunset

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I hired a moped driver to take me to the other side of the Mekong River in Phnom Penh, to see if I could get a nice sunset over the the city.
Well I wasn’t to lucky with the weather – a bit to many clouds – so the view wasn’t as cool as I had hoped for, but I still got a decent photo out of it.

Farø Bridge Sunset

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Photo capturing the two large bridges that connects Zealand with Falster, the old one – Storstrømsbroen, the one behind – is scheduled for termination some time soon.
I hope to get down there and capture it when it happens.

Seljalandsfoss, Iceland

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Here’s a before and after comparison for you.

Big Clouds are Coming

Big Clouds are comingBuy Print

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.

It’s Hasen’t Always Looked Like This

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A view of the Island Vágar on The Faroe Islands, with a bit of Analog Efex Pro angle dust.

Danish Winter Sunset

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Merry Christmas, everyone, I hope all of your wishes are for filled tonight.

Here’s a winter photo from last winter here in Denmark, we haven’t had any snow this winter, so far. But there’s still a few months left for winter to catch up.