Flickr member Thomas Leuzinger shot this fantastic image of the Svanemølle Power Station in Copenhagen, Denmark with his Canon 6D.
Flickr member Semir Catovic posted this great image of a building and sky reflection in Copenhagen, Denmark taken with a Canon 5D and a 15mm fisheye lens.
Brilliant use of a fisheye.
Flickr member Per-Håkan Jonestrand posted this interesting shot inside a gallery in Denmark taken with his Ricoh GR.
I love that ceiling cross and the light-focus on the back wall. Very nicely composed interior shot.
I recognized this bridge as the same one in the excellent Danish/Swedish TV series: The Bridge, about a series of murders, the first one of which is discovered by a body found on this bridge by a female Swedish detective and a male Danish detective. These two characters drive the entire series and each of them has issues which cause interesting friction between them. Of course, if we understood Danish and Swedish culture, language, and the issues between them we’d have gotten even more out of this series but it was worthwhile even with subtitles for us “unworldly” Americans.
And, if you want more, the Danish TV series Borgen is fantastic as well.
Flickr member Thomas Perch-Nielsen has posted a wonderful image taken in a mall in Copenhagen, Denmark with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Kasper Bennedsen has taken a great image that includes a self-portrait at what looks like a museum in Denmark with his Fuji X100S.
Flickr member Yoav Aziz has posted this excellent interior shot taken in Copenhagen, Denmark with his Sony RX100. The roof angles, window cut-outs, wooden floor and light and shadow on walls and ceiling make this a great image to explore.