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I was going for the coloured gable on the library building (I think it is), but you have to zoom in quite a lot to see it – and then the jpeg artefacts begin to show. Otherwise a tree and some shadows, an empty street and some old architecture sandwiched between two newer buildings. The one on the left very 30s-ish – not that one can tell from the side (which is all you can see of it in the photo). It’s the building in which Anneberg is now the café where I collect our Birkemosegård torsdagskasse from each week.
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A follow up on the ‘Burri’ roof photo that I took the day before. Wasn’t sure if I should post two photos in a single day, but enjoyed the quality of the mist suddenly lifting in the afternoon and the sun streaming in from above – which had gotten me thinking of something along the lines of a Ghibli animation.
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the-streets
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I was thinking of René Burri’s ‘‘Men on a Rooftop’’ taken in São Paulo in 1960, and Teju Cole's recreation of it. My picture is much more modest, but I like the little (easily overlooked) detail of the guy looking at his phone.  https://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/23/magazine/shadows-in-sao-paulo.html
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tree-and-buildings
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shadows
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Villakvarter
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Klondike Future
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