I’ve been a bit slow with going through my photographs from my recent trip to Switzerland. But alas here are a few I took while on an excursion around Lake Brienz. It was a bit hard to capture the amazing colour of the lake due to the overcast but boy was it somethin’! Please look out for more posts of my photographs.
To get the apartment semi-ready for Christmas my Husband and I decided to make Paper Snowflakes for our front windows using this tutorial. It was really simple and therapeutic while listening to some Christmas carols. Enjoy and God Jul to you!
For my husband’s birthday we took a trip and visited Møns Klint. It’s a 6 km stretch of chalk cliffs along the eastern coast of the Danish island of Møn in the Baltic Sea. The walk down to the sea was quite easy but the walk back up, well that took a bit more effort (which was well worth it!). If you are planning a day trip, the island of Møn should make the shortlist.
Over the last few weeks I have seen Snorejunglen by artist Karoline H. Larsen grow into a wild, ever expanding piece of art. It’s a colourful array of 300km of rope tied, tangled and thrown over every corner of St. Thomas Plads in Frederiksberg. For more information about this installation click here or visit Karoline’s website.
Since arriving to Copenhagen my husband and I have been in a couple temporary places, just until we find something more permanent (fyi: it’s not that uncommon here).
These photographs are from the most recent place which is by far the most homely as I’ve been able to take care of some lovely plants and be able to step out onto a balcony to soak up some sun.
If you want to see more photographs, visit my Flickr account.