A walker’s Copenhagen: the humble and the picturesque

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Denmark

Being pressed for time is never easy, especially when one has so much to tell yet so much sleep to acquire. This one is going to be just a clean, visual guide to Denmark’s capital. Hopefully, as clean and as visual as the city is itself.

This is just what I’ve stumbled on in the last three days; things noticed, I think, only by fresh eyes. These are no great landmarks, no highlights in a travel guidebook, and no recognizable names. These are, simply, a walker’s Copenhagen.

Where color is a subtle thing of beauty.

An open square, somewhere.

A park, somewhere else.

The Danish are, above all else, a bike culture.

A loss of symmetry. A gain of the picturesque. Also, current header for the win!

Building graffiti.

A bridge of sighs.

Hans. Christian. Andersen.

A scene from a secret garden.

And, among everything I’ve seen so far, one of my personal favorites.

Farvel for now.

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2 thoughts on “A walker’s Copenhagen: the humble and the picturesque”

    • Lindsey says:

      Thank you! Such is Copenhagen; it’s not hard to take good pictures with gorgeousness like that everywhere you turn.

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