Project 2021: August

Return from vacation. Reopenings and the like. Late summer.

Copenhagen: View from the train
Odense: Albani Breweries
Odense: Approaching thunderstorm front
Knudshoved: Ship’s bell from M/F Dronning Ingrid
Knudshoved: Great Belt Bridge at night
Odense: After the rain
Odense: Odense River
Stouby: Vejlefjord Hotel & Spa
Odense: The light rail test runs have begun

Project 2021: July

One week of work and three weeks of vacation. A dry summer month (remember summer showers?) with fewer international tourists than usual in Copenhagen.

Odense: Dansestræde
Odense: Big match on a small screen
Slagelse: Skyfall
Gladsaxe: Works
Gentofte: Geese
Gladsaxe: Summer evening
Copenhagen: Skindergade as pedestrian/cyclist street
Copenhagen: National Art Gallery / Statens Museum for Kunst
Copenhagen: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Copenhagen: Ofelia Plads with the Royal Opera to the right
Kgs Lyngby: Rain

Project 2021: May

A cold and windy May and what felt like a very delayed spring, while concert venues, theatres and the like began to reopen. Still: The fair nights of the Northern summer are here.

Gladsaxe: Cherry tree
Kgs. Lyngby: Mural
Odense: The symphony orchestra’s first public concerto since November
Odense: On rails
Odense: Online/Offline teaching
Odense: Albani Torv
Odense: Vestergade at night
Gladsaxe: Bagsværd Sø
Copenhagen: DSB EB 3203
Odense: Intermission at Dexter Jazzhouse

Project 2021: April

From 18 degrees to snow and almost freezing temperatures in a couple of days: April is as unpredictable as always. Still, the unusually long alder pollen season slid seamlessly into the birch pollen season. The reopening of Danish society after three months of Covid-19 shut-down is just as slow and tentative as the arrival of spring.

Vangede: Nymosen – Geese
Buddinge: Club 222 (after-school club for children)
Odense: Pandamic
Odense: Stålstræde
Saturday: The door to my home office
Odense: On campus for the first time since January
Odense: Former building of the School of Social Work
Gladsaxe: The tulip that got away

Project 2021: March

Most shops reopened at the beginning of March after two and a half months of near-total lockdown. Following a burst of winter in February, spring is coming. Vaccines are delayed.

Odense Å at dusk
Odense: Odeons Kvarter at night
Odense: Keep right-sign
Odense: Østre Stationsvej. Catenary works for the light rail line are under way
Gladsaxe: Høje Gladsaxe Park
Gladsaxe: Vandledningsstien. Reservoir
Odense: Torvegade
Gladsaxe: Little signs of spring

Project 2021: February

With Denmark still in Covid lockdown and days filled with online classes and meetings, we had first snow and frost bringing some much-needed light and then a rapid change of weather. A major part of the lockdown is due to end on March 1, but most teaching is still online and museums, concert venues etc. are still closed.

Odense: Brandts Passage
Odense: Benedikts Plads in the snow
Odense: Ramsherred with the Hans Christian Andersen House
Odense: Skt. Knuds (Odense Cathedral) in the winter sun
Teaching: Breakout rooms in Zoom
Kgs. Lyngby: Ice on Lyngby Sø
Odense: Overstræde
Frikadeller
Odense: Kulturmaskinen with a view towards Vestergade

Project 2021: January

I will try to revive this blog for 2021 with a monthly post showing some on the photos I have taken during the last month. Here is January 2021 with Denmark in a near-total lockdown

Odense: Brandts Passage at night
Odense: Fisketorvet being rebuilt
Odense: Klingenberg, Magasin du Nord during the second lockdown
Odense: Albani Torv. Distanced waiting for the ATM
Odense: Campus Niels Bohrs Allé during lockdown
Kgs Lyngby: Lyngby Hovedgade/Klampenborgvej on a Saturday afternoon
Kgs Lyngby: Lyngby Storcenter
Kgs Lyngby: Mobile Covid-19 test centre

Bonus:

2020 in photos

2019 in photos