And then it became fall. On my 15 minute walk to the train every morning I've noticed the change of season as the air is getting more crisp. The last few days I've been wrapped in a shawl to keep warm in the early morning, and leaves have started to gather on the dewy ground. It's fall. Today, the sky compensated for the rainshowers by showing impressive cloud formations and covering Copenhagen and the whiskey belt in colours and intense light. I've never been a nature girl, but when it's served on a silver platter like that, who can resist loving it a little? So far my week has looked like this:
Tuesday, 17.16. I'm walking through Jorck's Passage noticing the beautiful windows for the 100th time, but photographing them for the first time.
18.28. Having a 'grammofon sandwich' at Salonen in Sankt Peders Stræde with Tine.
Wednesday 7.39. Walking towards the train with Øresund and Sweden in the distance and a clear morning sky above.
16.02. Guess where I'm at?
16.30. Despite the grave expressions, AnCa, Marlene and I always have a lot of fun. The Berlin ladies gathered again in Copenhagen talking about studies, men and the city. Like always.
Thursday 16.08. Walking down Gothersgade looking at windows.
16.15. Copenhagen was exceptionally beautiful this afternoon at Dronning Louises Bro. Notice how the lake pest and the clouds are talking to each other.
18.48. After having Indian soup with K in Soupanatural in Nørrebro, we walk back towards the city and decide to check out the new market halls in Israels Plads.
Notice the classic example of scandi-man.
19.58. Walking home from the train. The sky is almost purple and I get to sleep in a little tomorrow.