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My first espresso sitting outside at Darcy’s Coffee since last September. Sunshine, city life. Looking at the wonderful trees that align Åboulevard, and imagining what it would be like if it was car free once again.
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And so we come to the end of this lockdown photo project – the coffee corner where it all started 100 days ago – now open to the public, chairs ready, sun shining, ice cream sandwich-sign out on the pavement. Flowers, trees, cushions. The same old graffiti on the letterbox.

And so we come to the end of this lockdown photo project: the coffee corner where it all started 100 days ago – now open to the public, chairs ready, sun shining, ice cream sandwich-sign out on the pavement. Flowers, trees, cushions. The same old graffiti on the letterbox.

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A little Rorschach test with this pavilion, the remains of the West Chapel, converted as part of the Crossroads Project (Stjernevejsprojektet) in the middle of Vestre Kirkegaard. A fresh morning, blossoms sprinkled on the ground. Birds singing. The sounds of nature. And some SPYO graffiti if you look closely.
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If it wasn’t for the bronze-yellow of the car bringing out the yellow of SPYO’s graffiti in contrast to the two blue chimneys reaching up against the grey-blue of the sky, I perhaps wouldn’t have taken this photograph of what is otherwise a generally drab corner of Valby.
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A little stained glass window, unexpected in the doorway of an old factory building, peeking out from behind the grime. Shadow play on the surrounding brick – one of them missing. An off-yellow door light. A ventilation hole. An expressionist angle after all my straightness.
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A few weeks ago, when passing, this building was covered in scaffolding. Today it suddenly stood there, gleaming in the afternoon sun, shiny and new, across the parking lot.
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My daughter exclaimed after noticing the twisty shape of the air vent on the (not so often seen on this area) sub-terrain garage door as we cycled by a few weeks ago. It reminded her of a boiled sweet (bolsje). Today we happened to pass by again and stopped to take some photographs.
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An old Ford holiday camper parked on Jægersborggade on a relaxed, sunny, holiday-mood Friday afternoon.  Stickers in the back window: Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix, Skagen, Dinitrol, Hamburg.
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Noticed this unusual little watchman (looking to one side) above the door of an older Valby house that, at least in relation to its neighbours, doesn’t otherwise stick it’s head out too much.
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An unexpected explosion of colour while walking past some Valby Maskinefabrik renovations – looking more and more chic by the day. Wonder what they’re going to use those very ‘cool’ looking spaces for.
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