Copenhagen Photo Tour — Part 2


Copenhagen is awash in color. Consequently, there is seldom a reason to do a black & white conversion. Above is the famous Nyhavn area, and here’s another view of Nyhavn:


Another famous feature of Copenhagen are the many houseboats used as permanent residences:


The Kunsthal Charlottenborg is the exhibition home of the Royal Danish Academy of Art, but the wall below is what captured my interest. This piece of wall art is but one frame that uses some 3,500 life jackets from refugees:

Migrant life jackets used as art — Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Copenhagen is also a city of striking architecture:


The dome to the left of the photo below is Frederik’s Church:

Frederik’s Church (left)

A boat tour is also called for in this wonderful city. Here is an image of the control tower for the Knippelsbro drawbridge:

Knippelsbro drawbridge control tower

Of course no visit to Copenhagen is quite complete without at least one image of The Little Mermaid, and the boat tour gives you a unique perspective:

The Little Mermaid

A couple more waterfront images:

Copenhagen waterfront statuary


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