Sepo & Mundia
Friday afternoon. At Herzelia beach. I met the ambassador of Zambia and his family enjoying the last rays of the sun. His son and daughter were wearing colorful goggles which inspired me to capture this image.
I asked his permission. Gladly he approved.
Nyhavn (New Harbour) is a 17th-century waterfront, canal and entertainment district. Stretching from Kongens Nytorv to the harbour front just south of the Royal Playhouse, it is lined by brightly coloured 17th and early 18th century townhouses and bars, cafes and restaurants. The canal harbours and many historical wooden ships.
Little boy calls me behind a gate of a Kindergarten.
On my way back from Dragør to Copenhagen, while sitting in the back seat of the bus enjoying the wintery weather, I saw a reddish movement in the corner of my eye. Seeing the girl holding her bear combined with the building reflection on the car I instinctively pointed my camera and took 3 shots. On the 3rd shot I mistakenly focused the raindrops on the windowsill - mistake that made the scene
In a winery
It looked like the set was set specially for me for this shot.
Night time at Istedgade St.
Located west of Copenhagen Central Station, Istedgade is a one kilometer straight street starting in the cheap hotel district, moving through the porn, and drugs area to modern Vesterbro, where 1900s tenement style blocks have undergone significant modernisation and the street now cuts through one of the hippest neighbourhoods in Copenhagen. It is generally considered the main traffic artery and the heart of Vesterbro.
A small fragment of modern civilisation on an ancient landscape
Modern Bedouin women gathered alongside David Stream spreading colors to the arid surroundings // 1
Modern Bedouin women gathered alongside David Stream spreading colors to the arid surroundings // 2
Modern Bedouin women gathered alongside David Stream spreading colors to the arid surroundings // 3