Windows were the number one item I used to frame images on our trip to Denmark.
Window in Frederiks Church in Copenhagen looking out at another historic building. A window looking out on an old half-timbered building in Den Gamle By, recreated villages in Aarhus, Denmark. View through the window the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen. The arched windows in an old church converted to a gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark. Stairs oddly framed by a wall of mirrors facing a wall of windows in a building in Copenhagen.Window reflection of a church in Copenhagen.
Arched window in a lighthouse looking out on the shoreline in Skagen in the north of Denmark. A smoky basement pub window which frames the faint image of bicycles parked outside. (Copenhagen)The second-most used: entrances or archways (and bicycles were the second-most object framed).
An brick archway framing a second archway, and way in the back, a bicycle. Arched tunnel into Aalborghus Slot in Aalborg, Denmark.
Bikes parked neatly up against a yellow wall in Copenhagen. Long hallway with multiple doorways leading to a bust on a plinth in Thorvaldsen Museum in Copenhagen, DenmarkTrees framing an unusual home/palace in the counter-culture area of Copenhagen called Christiania. A tiny bird in the light framed by the surrounding darkness at Stevns Klint. Slingshot with Al’s head properly positioned, at the Sculpture Park (KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad) in Silkeborg.
- The first half of this post linked to Ludwig’s Monday Windows.
- More about our trip to Denmark & Sweden in 2018.
- More on the Friendly Friday Challenge: Framing Your Subject.
These are marvellous, Elizabeth!
It’s an interesting exercise to pick a topic (reflections, windows, frames, arches) and go through all the photos of one country to see all the different ways the topic applies.
Very interesting, but surely rather time consuming!
What a brilliant post! So many photos that I really like such as – hmmmm, all of them from the oddly framed stairs down!
I’m particularly partial to my husband’s head framed by a slingshot!
My goodness you’re active – I just realize you Twitter as well (which is how Sarah of Toonsarah found me). I am such a slow writer; I have no idea how you keep up with yourself (and do such a great job of it at the same time!)
Well, one thing that I do fast is write. 😀 Well… and eat. Thank you! I’m really not that active on Twitter, I only share what I really like and your post qualified! And I’m glad that Sarah noticed it there.
Great selection of different frames! I love the reflected church, the pub window and the tiny bird in particular. I only found this because Manja shared it on Twitter. Pingbacks don’t usually work on my site (I haven’t been able to establish why) so please when joining in challenges do leave a comment on my original post – thanks! I don’t want to miss any future contributions 😀
Learn something every day – will definitely add comments on your site – it’s a lot of fun, and has so much going on!
Outstanding photography! Would love to have you share your windows over on Monday Window – https://mondaywindow.wordpress.com/