Galway is very much a part of the surrounding water. You can’t go far without meeting the water of the sheltered bay or rivers running down to meet it. We’re close to the end of the once known world here, and at times that feeling is tangible.
I usually post ‘clean’ pictures here. In this case, though, I played with my camera’s feature of fixing one color and rendering the rest black/white.
This shot is from a part of Copenhagen called Christianshavn. It is very old land fill and is littered with canals. A little further on there’ll be a whole series from Christinashavn.
Kronborg Castle is the most famous castle in Denmark. It was allegedly the home of Hamlet and certainly one of the most important Renaissance castle in Northern Europe – and I didn’t take a picture of it…
I only had a short time there, I stick my promise to not photograph the obvious, and I didn’t enter the castle.
What you see here is part of the battlement reflecting in the moat. The reflection was only the second thing I noticed. The first thing was the line of downspouts.