Freeezing Copenhagen…

I took these pictures from a small bridge I cross on my way to work in the morning. The rare sight of sun shining through the clouds made me stop my bike for a short photo-shoot, even though it’s to cold to stand still if only for 20 seconds.  Ughhh… cold cold cold…

12 Comments

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    lisakjellerød January 19, 2010

    It was like this in Norway over Christmas! Thankfully London has warmed up and today we are 6 degrees celcius which feels spring like to me!

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    sartenada January 19, 2010

    Hi. You have still have so cold there that is ice?

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    Maria Ana January 19, 2010

    For you it must be boring all that cold but I’m so jealous that you have a true winter!!
    And most of all I wish I could ride my bike to work:)

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    irene January 19, 2010

    wow! great shots!

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    Yruxullust January 19, 2010

    Amazing pic o.o

    You’re having a really cold winter, no like here. We’re having a very hot winter, even for a place like Canary Islands.

    I’m seriously thinking about visiting Copenhagen soon to experiment some cold weather =D

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    Judith January 19, 2010

    How beautiful! It must be great to be in Copenhagen now. In Berlin, everything is dark and boring.

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      brinja January 26, 2010

      Judith: This was only a momentarily flash of sun, these last many weeks have been gray and very very dark…

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    lins January 20, 2010

    so interesting, thanks!

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    katrina January 20, 2010

    these images are stunning.

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    Inge January 20, 2010

    Flotte billeder Brinja, jeg er vild med isflagerne.
    Ha en dejlig aften
    kh Inge

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    Alice January 22, 2010

    it looks so beautiful!What are those white buildings in the background of the first picture? They look very interesting.

    • Reply
      brinja January 26, 2010

      Alice: Mostly expensive apartments and offices -only a few years old… We don’t have many other building that looks like these in Copenhagen.

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