Winter in Denmark

I’m probably the only person in Denmark who misses snow. It makes me feel alive and I love the way it transforms flat and boring landscapes into breath-taking scenery.

You may be surprised to learn that it doesn’t actually snow much in Denmark. Snow-less winters are pretty common in our neck of the woods, which is rather depressing.

So when I woke up this morning and discovered that it has been snowing almost all night, I was ecstatic. I grabbed my HTC Magic Android phone and went for a long walk. Why not my Nikon D60, you might ask. Well, I really wanted to enjoy the snow instead of worrying about taking photos.

By the time I reached downtown (a 6km walk), the winter was pretty much over. But I did snap a few photos that will hopefully help me get through the rest of the Danish winter.

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