Although Vejle is only 45 minutes from Aarhus by train, I’ve rarely had an opportunity to visit the city. And the very few times I’ve been to Vejle, I really didn’t have time for any photography-related activities.
SONY NEX-3N, SONY E 50mm f/1.8 OSS SEL50F18. Processed in digiKam with the Slightly Retro preset
The weather last Friday was unusually good, and I had some free time on my hands. So at long last, I decided to take a quick photo trip to Vejle and spend some quality time with the Bølgen building.
Thanks to its unique shape, the building is impossible to miss when passing the city by train. Although Bølgen does resemble a wave, I always thought that it looks like a roller coaster. This residential complex is a prime example of modern Danish architecture, and it attracts a lot of photographers. Of course, Bølgen is great for wide-angle shots, but the building’s curvy lines make perfect subjects for architectural abstracts, too.