Between my flight from Helsinki to Lisbon, I had a layover in Copenhagen. I got off the plane and within 30 minutes, found myself in Copenhagen's central station, shoving my bags and carry on luggage in a locker. This was my second time in Copenhagen - I first visited in March 2017 - and I was excited to compare how my photography style changed, and hopefully improved, since I first visited. Read: Postcards from Copenhagen. Though I have a collection of only a few photos from this trip, I am overall happy to see the difference in my photography.
These are the spots I visited all by foot:
- Tivoli Gardens - Just visited from the outside
- Magstræde - The classic Copenhagen street in my first photo
- HAY House - Unfortunately this store was closed but if you have a chance, pay a visit for a gorgeous street view.
- The Round Tower
- Nyhaven - Obviously
- Frederik's Church
- The King's Garden - Grabbed yogurt and an apple from a store and enjoyed my snack in this gorgeous garden on a sunny day.
This only took me about two hours. The rest of the time I intentionally got lost in the streets and eventually found my way back to central station and took a train back to the airport.
Film from BC, Ireland and Iceland. Shot on Minolta F35 Big Finder.
All Around Iceland
All Around Ireland
One of the things that took me back by surprise while I was living in The Netherlands last year was all the cities and towns outside of Amsterdam and unfortunately, I left all my exploring of the rest of the country within my final month there. But I made it my mission to see as much of the country as I can. The places I didn't get to visit include Maastricht, Geithoorn, and Nijmegen.
The following is a collection of select photos from almost all the towns I visited in The Netherlands.