Oh no! Did we forget to take the kid in for the winter?
Another wintery detail made poetic by a Holga lens.
I have a strange fascination with objects out of their comfort zone. Why was this garden chair left in the middle of the lawn? What game was it part of half a year ago? Does it remember – or never forget?
Obviously we are not great at clearing summer items from the garden when the seasons change. But it makes for good images 🙂
Sheer poetry… I love my Holga lens 🙂
Another moody plastic lens moment. I’m sure with a sharp Nikon lens this image would have been kinda boring. Okay, you might still think it is 🙂
These chairs are part of the public room in the area around one of the libraries here on Amager.
– Sharing work from my portfolio.
The idea behind the 8 House is for it to function like a mountain village with houses perched on the hill sides and paths for people to walk through the village. I’ve been following the project from before they finished building it and have posted quite a few images by now of the clean and, to me, beautiful lines of the building. From tomorrow I’ll be sharing some images of what real life looks like at the 8 House.
The lone wanderer hikes in the wilderness…
This is the view from The 8 House when you get to the end – unrestricted view of the nature reserve Vestamager. Nothing will ever be built here. I think it’s great. But seeing this you may better understand why we build houses like mountains. It’s pretty flat around here.