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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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Still close up today, although not completely. “A muster point is a designated place or an area where all employees, guests or visitors to the work site, or a large crowd can assemble in case of an emergency.”
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Another close-up. This time a dusty doorway while waiting in line at the bakery.  An empty shop that once sold (and rented) bridal dresses and the like. Confirmations and so on. The sign (in Arabic) still there as a reminder of what once was. As dusty and somewhat ugly as the doorstep is, it’s also intriguing – especially when abstracted a little: The rectangular shapes of the alarm wires (I guess that’s what they are). The reflections in the window. The hole in the blue foundation block at the bottom. The texture of the sidewalk in front of it. The little blue paint blob (and dribble) halfway up the door.
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A large ice cream waffle thing outside the new place that’s selling wonderful organic ice cream. Had lots of time to look at it up close while waiting in the rather long queue (only 4 people inside at a time). So nice to hang around outside a bit and enjoy everyone enjoying the simple pleasure of ice-cream on a sunny Sunday afternoon – especially so after the restrictions (and weather!) of the past months.
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Suddenly noticed the juxtaposition of this building from the thirties (?) against the otherwise very ugly building across the road behind it. Ended up in this alley trying to get a closer view. It somehow ended up having a particular atmosphere, perhaps also due to the evening sky.
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A seldom seen external elevator on the outside of the old factory building that now houses the Bjarke Ingels Group offices. Afternoon sun. A few moments of blue sky and patchy clouds on what was an otherwise rainy day.
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Sunlight suddenly catching one side of the building on the other side of the crossing as I cycle over the bridge. Dramatic clouds in the sky. For some reason I imagine that it could be Chris Watson walking towards me.
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Materials, Wednesday, thanks for help. A house shedding its shell in the process of being renovated. Classical columns with grey bricks filling the gaps. Fascinating in its ugliness.
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This was one of the photographs that I ‘tried’ with less today, but the one that spoke to me the most. The flag in the wind flowing over the modernistic church tower, grey skies behind it all. With freshly painted white windows and flagpole to give it all some extra definition. And a blue door.
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