It has been a long, lazy, hot, and busy Summer 🙂
This is in the centre of Copenhagen. It is the backyard of a backyard. I love to discover this kind of “hidden” spots in places you pass by maybe everyday without knowing …
Impressions from Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen where you can get an idea of how the most recent kings and queens of Denmark lived behind their curtains.
Well, it was all last week and it is over now. But when there is all this action going on at your doorstep, I cannot resist going out and photograph it.
These ones are from Palm Sunday when they were passing by the square where I live.
I have learned that the lemons you see here is a variety called “Verna” that is harvested between February and May. These trees have a second harvest of lemons that is called “Redojo” that are harvested during Summer …
The oranges are of course not just oranges … I do not know, yet, what kind of oranges the ones on the photo above are. I do know that they taste good.
… and cats
or rather kittens. They moved into the finca about a month ago now. Here is one of them. They grow fast.
Is so popular in this town and it took place in the weekend.
It has been years since I had a walk in the neighborhood where my apartment on the Coast is.
I discovered a new street from where there was a view down to a riding school and a muddy puddle. I also had a closer look at a construction site where there is beeing built a farmacy a.o.
Most days I go out walking for an hour or two … rehabilitation after I fractured my ankle. Mainly walking the streets of my town that is not that big. And I bring my camera, of course.
Thought I had walked most of the streets when I discovered somewhere I had not been before. Love when that happens. The view of the town from that spot is kind of “from the back” and there is just so many details to look at.
One of the main sights in my town is the castle. It was first built by the Phonicians, then expanded by the Romans, almost destroyed by the Visigoths in the 5th century and then rebuilt by the Moors.
The castle opens at 8 o’clock in the morning and at this time of the year the sun rises a little bit after 8 o’clock so going up there to see the sun rising and the daylight taking over is a very nice way to start the day.