This might look like a desperate call for summer but those few sunny days here and there makes me almost feel the taste of this warm season to come. But then again like a slap in my face there are the cloudy, windy and if we are extra lucky also rainy days to completely vanish the whole concept of summer from our heads. But my head ain't listenin and I desperately hold one to those sunny moments. I love this photo that I took month and month ago during fashion week (yes SS15 sounds like ancient times and some would already call this photos vintage hahaha...) because while everyone else go fashion week dressy dressy this girl looks cooler than they all combined!!!
You always go out of a good exhibition with some sort of an emotional response. Deep, thought provoking, heavy and moving might be some of the words that comes to the mind. You often question things and have that deep thought process circling your mind for the rest of the day at least. But it is not so often that you come out of an exhibition feeling light and filled with sunny positive energy similar to that you have after watching sunny Woody Allen movie or funny French comedy. But the Richard Diebenkorn exhibition made me feel exactly like that. Maybe those were the happy colours of turquoise blue and sun yellow or maybe it was the feeling of summery warmth that gave this notion but, in simple words, it really was making me happy.
The national colours of Copenhagen should be red, blue, yellow and a bit of green. In contrast to people who wear black and white the city is very colourful. Perfect balance? What do you think?
Even the water is like from Monet's painting.
I think I spent separate day just to take photos of these houses. You know the feeling when you want to take photos of everything but will really use just one or two of them. Yet you still need the perfect angle, perfect lightning and so on. No wonder my phone was running out of battery constantly and so was my camera.