It feels it was ages ago! But I have to admit I didn’t had the chance to go back to all the photos (you can see Part 1 here). Our trip to Copenhagen back in April was quite a relaxed one. It was also the first time both of us were keen on not just exploring the city but take as many photos as we could, which meant going out night and watching the sunset and the nightfall even if it was freezing outside
On our last day we went to Nyhavn (we had to go there!) because it’s so colourful. This is where I don’t care it’s a tourist attraction and everyone goes there. Well if it’s beautiful why shouldn’t I?
We’ve continue walking along the river in direction of the “Little Mermaid”
Little Mermaid itself is boring. There’s a lot of people taking photos there, but there is a nice park around which is worth a visit (fortunately I had already lowered my expectations)
Loved the military houses, all of them so colourful, quite a lovely place
Then back in the city for some lunch and more photos
After a while I was craving for coffee so we had a stop over.
Finally we’ve decided to go to the Tivoli Gardens which are located in front of the main train station (and close to our hotel). Don’t let the name full you, it’s actually more a fun park than it is a garden. There are quite a lot of restaurants around. I couldn’t resist an ice cream (even with the cold), after all ice cream is good all seasons.
Trying to do a creative selfie, and failed ahhahaha
And suddenly it felt I was in UK 🙂
Then I’ve spent a good 30m trying to take a decent photo of the roller-coaster but it was all quite unfocused. It had to be a click on the precise moment in time. It looks funny even if it’s technically crap
Then after going for some drinks in the lounge it was time to go outside and try some nocturnal photos. Did I say it was freezing?
Although I like to photograph lockers, I find this whole concept of lockers in the bridge a bit silly and a disrespect to the landmark itself.
Lockers aside, as the sun was going down the cold was getting it’s mark, but the colours were so beautiful around us we had to stay longer.
Did I say I’m rubbish in long exposures? Well I am! Just can’t get them sharp enough
So decided to do more bokeh’s instead
After this point both my hands (even if covered by gloves) and feet felt like ice age, so we went back to the hotel for a warm dinner and more wine in the lounge.
Next morning it was time to get back to London. Such a lovely long weekend away 🙂