Apple, plum, rhododendron, lilac, hawthorn flowering – Denmark is covered in colors and scents at this time of year. After a week in Japan in April, where I had been shooting nearly every little blossoming cherry tree, I landed in Copenhagen and saw blossoming fruit trees everywhere! I couldn’t help feeling a tiny bit ridiculous about… Continue reading Best time to visit Denmark is… NOW!
A new sustainable Danish town, Vinge, is under construction in a bare field north of Copenhagen. According to politiken.dk, the town will have CO2 neutral geothermal heating, a sharing neighborhood concept (shared gardens, trampolines, barbeques), excellent internet, plenty of bike lanes, good public transport (30 min. to central Copenhagen), and a river delta designed to… Continue reading New green Danish town pioneer for sustainable urban development
A few weeks ago, my husband and I went for a walk and a bite in the so-called Freetown Christiania in Copenhagen. We’ve been there before; in fact I used to live only a few blocks away. However, our time in the Netherlands seems to have affected our perspective: As we strolled through the colorful… Continue reading Almost Dutch Ambience in Christiania, Copenhagen