I am writing this from Copenhagen, Denmark, the starting point to my next adventure. My friend Steve and I flew into Copenhagen two days ago and tomorrow we begin the second leg of our journey. We are off to the Faroe Islands for 7 days of photography and hiking. In the two and a half days we’ve been here, we have had the opportunity to do a little exploring, and take a few photos which I would share with you below. Depending on internet access and our schedule, I will try to update our trip over the next week. Expecting an epic trip to a very interesting place.
Nyhavn is a section of Copenhagen near the harbor. An incredibly vibrant place lined with restaurants along the canal, tons of people, lights and boats! It really comes alive after dark!
About a mile walk from Nyhavn, along the harbor front is the Little Mermaid statue. Sitting on a rock at the waters edge, it was commissioned in 1913. The bronze statue was created by Edvard Ericksen, and is a most popular spot to visit in Copenhagen.
We took a 45 minute walk to a beautiful cemetery called Vestre Cemetery. It seemed more like a park than cemetery with several tree allee’s. This is one of the more dramatic ones and somewhat imposing!
That’s all for now as the real trip begins tomorrow. I hope you will come along with me as I share this trip through my photos!