Nordjyllandsværket /Nordjylland Power Station at night. The movement of that smoke is so mesmerizing and wild.
A quiet evening spent by the water looking at the light display and industrial hum across the water.
At 5-something in the morning St. Pauli is (also) the place to walk around, camera in hand.
On that foggy morning the ferris wheel mostly reminded me of The Pripyat Ferris Wheel. Spooky
After last nights mindblowing koncert with Kathleen Edwards and Bon Iver, I spent this (very early) morning walking around St. Pauli, Hamburg, Germany and shooting, so there’s gonna be posted quite some from there.
For those that don’t know st.Pauli, it’s safe to say it’s the more punk-trashy-wild side of Hamburg, but also a beautiful and nice place with lots of community. And things to photograph!
I came across this laundromat. Had to shoot it (and the man inside)
Taken on a freezing night on the edge of Denmark
This is how I start another day in my kingdom
Took this the other morning just before sunrise, in what was close to a blizzard.
I actually felt my eyelashes freeze. But city lights look good enough to get me out of bed and grab my camera.
(and yeah, I know the title is corny as hell)
Another shot from yesterdays star gazing session. The slowest way to do action photography
Gothenburg, Sweden: The view from the hotel where we stayed a few days ago.
This was taken just before we went to see/hear an awesome concert by Josh Ritter + The Swell Season.
One of the largest structures in the city where I live. Spewing green steam out day and night. And YES! it\’s actually bathed in green lights. I guess to cheer things up a bit.
The other night just before going to bed I saw that the sky had turned all black and angry looking. Not because of the coming of night but a massive thunderstorm was creeping in. What else to do than to rush out with camera in hand? The pic is shot just outside of our house.
A shot from the same shoot as yesterday\’s. Taken at Skive Fyrvækerisalg (Skive Fireworks Sale) or something. One things for sure: their signage can be seen for miles outside Skive.
Sad to say I didn\’t buy any fireworks though.
…and I hope 2008 was as good to you as it was to me.
A lot has happened in my life during the last year. More than I\’d ever dreamt of and mostly good things. Not a day goes by without me thinking: \”I\’m one lucky man\”. Well, what I\’m trying to say: Have a great 2009. May it be blessed
Btw: Took this shot one night in the Christmas holidays at a fireworks shop near my in-laws. Not exactly the prettiest sign but an eye-catcher for sure.
I simply have to post 2 images this evening since they fit so well together. Took this friday night driving home after visiting a friend. The colors of the city and the setting sun were amazing. Sometimes you just don\’t need focus.
Another nighttime shot from Aalborg. Actually this is of Norresundby across the fjord that defines Aalborg\’s nothern city limit.
Yup I know I\’ve posted this bridge before. This is a pretty new picture i took one freezing night. I\’m forever fascinatd by city lights.
This picture pretty much sums up what I did after work today. It\’s been the most wonderful weather today. freezing cold but none the less wonderfull. one of those days where you don\’t want to go inside.
Suspended above the street these stars are a part of the decoration in the shopping street near where I live.
Spændt ud over gaden er disse stjerne en del af gadeudsmykingnen i gågaden nær hvor jeg bor.
I\’ve noticed how most of my christmas shots turn out quite yellow but I guess that\’s the color that signals cozyness and warmth. Works for me.
Jeg har lagt mærke til at de fleste af mine julebilleder er ret gule i det. Det må være fordi farven sigalerer hygge og varme. Det virker i hvert fald for mig.