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Skateboard ramp. Under a tree. Shadows from the tree. Hopscotch on the asphalt in front of it. Afternoon sun.
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The shadows from the brick pattern were what initially drew me to this view. It’s one that I’ve tried to photograph before, but discarded because of some exposure blow out on clouds in the sky. This time round nothing to complicate the photograph. My only wish is that there was a little more clarity on the tree in the distance, but it’s fine as long as you don’t zoom in.
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(Auto &) Pladeværksted: Car mechanic courtyard with the concrete of the Lundbeck building looming up behind it – mechanics for the human body. With strange hairy Van Gogh trees in the whatever-mans-land between them.
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Sunday afternoon in the park. Grasses, an expanse of water. On the other side of it, grasses too. Trees. The sounds of birds singing. A wonderfully clear sky (the blue of the photograph not entirely true to life, but beautiful nonetheless) and a crisp wind.
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A building, with a shadow, mirrored in the triangular form of the gable. Pointing upwards. The same with a building alongside. Actually it’s that one that’s casting the shadow. Small trees with pink blossoms in front of a lower wall joining the two. The light blossoms in contrast to the shadowed wall. An arched entranced at the one end of said wall. And another, small one, towards the right.
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Could be a weird home icon. With a door to enter into. And an antenna on the top that gets me thinking of Ratatouille getting his chanterelles smoked by lightning.
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Not so many words today – just a tree in a little corner of the world and a play of shadows on the wall.
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A slightly different picture for today. Looking up for a change, while waiting for my daughter. This is one of those cases where there’s a marked difference between how you perceive a scene in real life, and how it turns out in a photo. In this case it was the parabol (satellite dish) antenna on one of the balconies that caught my eye and would have featured much more prominently had this been a drawing. In the photograph you almost don’t notice it at the bottom. But the clouds have a nice flowing quality and there’s a seagull up in the middle of the picture which I only noticed when looking at the photograph now.
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evening-light
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Train tracks, grass in the afternoon sun, a tree in blossom, a white building in the background. The angles of the train pylons and the roof of the building.
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