Hey guys! I'm finally back on the blog after almost a 1 month pause. Time flies fast and I keep on wondering why it took me so long to make some updates. I can hardly believe that I've been out of here for something like 4 weeks or so. Many cool projects, along with some travels over the last few weeks, made it quite impossible for me to keep up with regular posts on the blog. Now it's definitely time to catch up with it and share with you some unpublished photos and stories.
Starting with a couple of days spent in Copenhagen and in Danish countryside in late August :) It's been my second time in this city and totally different from the architecture and design oriented visit during my first stay. This time it was all about food, as I was going to enjoy Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival during 3 days.
Full of unique, culinary events, Food Festival is all about the celebration of Nordic cuisine and seasonal products. One of its highlights was definitely discovering Farm of Ideas, a place in the countryside near Copenhagen where you can enjoy simple tastes and learn a lot about sustainable food production.
Luckily, a beautiful weather allowed us to have a delicious outdoor picnic too:
A couple of hours later weather started to deteriorate gradually and a rainy aura were to prevail till the last day of stay. However, it turned out to be a rather favorable circumstance, as I was about to try out some of the coziest restaurants of the capital.
The Culture Tower appeared to be by far one of the best places to experience hygge. The tower located on Knippelsbro bridge, turns into a pop-up restaurant during the Food Festival. Tasty food and delicious, craft wines combined with truly unique surroundings and cozy decor - I could hardly imagine a better place to spend a rainy evening with a bunch of good friends.
Some other, pretty exceptional places happened to be on my way during those few days in Copenhagen and it's with some difficulty that I've found time at all to walk around the city and shoot a little.
In the first place I walked straight to the parts of the Copenhagen where some of the loveliest and most colorful houses can be found.
Only 1 or 2 more days and I would've been able to visit Copenhagen thoroughly and shoot much more, but this was supposed to be a very short stay.
Hopefully some day soon I'll be there again with more free time to wander around the city and enjoy exquisite, Danish cuisine all the same.
In the meanwhile, I'll do my best to keep on with weekly updates on my blog again, so stay tuned!