I like photography but I also like art and graphic design in general, so from time to time I give a new life to my images. I am not a painter so I use software to transform my photos into a different kind of art.
Photograph above: This is a view of a part of Copenhagen called Islands Brygge (pronounced Brew-ger) with a bicycle and pedestrian bridge. Some of the old buildings and factories have been renovated into trendy flats.
Above: While out and about cycling on a beautiful late summer evening, Ollie and I found this mini festival not far from Fisketorvet. It was by chance, really. It was very cosy with a small band playing and a few people dancing, drinking and chatting. Behind me there was a communal BBQ and a bit of grass where most people sat and enjoyed each other company.
Above: We can see the Black Diamond on the left which is an extension of the Royal Danish Library. In the middle at the back the black spire rise above the Parliament (Christiansborg Palace), and on the right we can see the Dragons Spire that stands above Børsen, the Stock Exchange.
I took the photograph above in Slovenia a few weeks ago. Slovenia has a very short coast line (about 40km) but there is a beautiful seaside town called Piran. It is very mediterranean with a very distinct Italian style. This was shot a few minutes before sunset.
Above: The legs, as featured above the Komedia cinema in Brighton, UK.
And of course Nyhavn, the 17th century waterfront, canal and entertainment district in Copenhagen.