Café Viking, Nørrebro (Copenhagen), a couple of years ago.
An ordinary danish bodega, smoky and cosy, people playing billiards, others chat, drinking beer.
A not-so-ordinary Saturday afternoon, because it was the first after the gang who threatened the area was put to an end. The two ladies who own the café exposed the gang who was milking some shop holder for money.
They were far from being intimidated, and that day a street party saluted the Café Viking.
But inside the very Café few people seemed to care about the party, and maybe a crowd more numerous than usual was the only hint of something different.
A new book, that gather the photos taken during few days in Venice. My portrayal of a perception.
Venezia – On the water by andrea landi
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. . . → Read More: “Venezia – On the Water” – Another book
NOTE: Other photos are HERE in the portfolio.
Huge. The Majestic-Mærsk, a 400m-long container ship on display, docked in Copenhagen for a week since yesterday. The longest ship in activity. The first of twenty, that will enrich the Mærsk fleet in the next years (one year for the first ten).
There was a good weather, . . . → Read More: Majestic Mærsk (Mærsk Triple E Class) – A giant
Some three weeks ago, Fra and I spent a long weekend in Århus for meeting our friends, after many monthes since the last trip. We had almost all Monday free before the ferry back to Sjælland, and we decided to visit ARoS, the Museum of Modern Art in Århus. Eventually, since we never went while . . . → Read More: On top of ARoS – Your Rainbow Panorama
1st August 2013, 7000 60cm tall plaster bricks in downtown Copenhagen, placed some fifty centimenters apart.
Four thirty p.m.: the first brick falls down, pushing the second, and then the third, and… All the domino bricks fall, one after another. Silently (surprising silently!), and rather slowly.
It took some thirty minutes in total . . . → Read More: Dominoes in Copenhagen (1. aug 2013)
“Amager, Ørestad, Fisketorvet, Sømærk, Sydhavnen, Dybbølsbro, Holmen… Copenhagen is evolving. Fast. Former factories are abandoned for relatively short time, and then replaced with new, modern and sometimes futuristic buildings. Construction sites are a constant in the city landscape, these days. And since it’s a rather small city, all these areas are close to the . . . → Read More: “The New Copenhagen” – a book I made