On Wednesday I took my mother-in-law to see the highly anticipated Jan Taminiau Reflections exhibit at the Centraal Museum in my hometown of Utrecht. The website advised to buy tickets online and they were in fact sold in time-slots. I can see why: it was very crowded and it was quite a feat on my side to get my shots without any visitors in them.
I am back from Copenhagen and as everyone promised me it would be: it was indeed a lovely trip. Copenhagen is the perfect size for a three-day stay, not too big to do everything on foot and with just enough to do. It was good shopping for eldest and the weather was, despite being rather chilly, at least dry and sunny when it mattered. We always try to do at least one VERY cheesy touristy thing and we opted for the boat ride through the harbour but this actually turned out to be the best thing on the whole trip! Well that and the amazing hamburgers at a place called Cock’s & Cows. Oh and something very noteworthy: I did not have one bad cup of coffee anywhere! Seriously, they do really good coffee. The Danes are super friendly and accommodating and as eldest remarked the minute we arrived ‘They are very well dressed!’.
Once again I am off and leaving behind several blank spaces here: I will be in Copenhagen with eldest till Thursday, doing a lot of sigh-seeing, shopping and hopefully having meaningful conversations while eating good food.
Needless to say, out of my price range but these pieces by Proenza Schouler are very attractive indeed.
I have seen these sculptures by Diego Cabezas around on Instagram recently.
Such beautiful images by Thomas Brown.
I love this style of photography.
I have fallen in love with these art prints by Anna Bülow.