Sunday, 7 July 2013

Blue / Freedom - Tourist in My Own Town {Nurture Photography}

















 























 
 
Thank you for walking with me along the canals and on the streets of Copenhagen!
 
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29 comments:

  1. wow these are gorgeous shots, you've an amazing eye. I love the pink rose with the hint of blue.

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    1. Thnak you Lynn - Those roses looked so nice, and had a beautifyl scent as well :)

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  2. Such lovely shots! I wish I was sitting along that canal!

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    1. Thanks Debiie, I wish you were there too!

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  3. Thank you for sharing! I always love your pictures. I so wish I was there with you, but thank you for the glimpse! Blessings.

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    1. That would be so nice to have you along, Beth! Thank you for your sweet spirit and encouragement always on your blog!

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  4. Thanks for taking me there!...:)JP

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    1. Anytime :) I enjoy the beautiful glimpses to the nature around you ... the birds you captured are just so sweet!

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  5. Just beautiful, Nina! I love the colorful houses along the canal.
    And the architecture there - I'm in love with architecture. It's something we don't have so much of here in northern Minnesota. When we were in New York in May, we saw towns with gorgeous historic districts that were founded before loggers had even arrived on our homeland.
    Copenhagen looks like a wonderful place to be - your photos capture so much charm & summertime beauty!

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    1. I'm also in awe with the architecture - often times I'm looking up to the roofs and sometimes even bumping into people because of that :) I'd love to visit New York one day - seeing the skyline and the old Buildings must be an experience of a lifetime!

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  6. Awesome snaps! You live in a beautiful town.

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  7. Fantastic photos! I enjoyed seeing them all and getting a peek at different parts of our world through others' photography.
    http://cherylmccainphotography.com - visiting from Nurture Photography

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    1. Thank you Cheryl - also for the lovely desctop calender! I downloaded it to my pc just a minute ago - so beautiful!

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  8. These are great, Nina! I've never been to your part of the world. Thanks for taking me along through your photos!

    Thanks for joining us in the Nurture Photography Challenge! I can't wait to see what you come up with for our next theme: Gold/Evening.

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    1. Thank you for hosting these challenges together with Rebecca - it's a pleasure to join each time!

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  9. Oh Nina, these are stunning photos! And I love the rose pictures :) Thanks for sharing with us and have a lovely week.

    Hugs to you!

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    1. Thank you Stephanie! Wishing you loveky moments in your garden ejoying the sun!

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  10. Thank you for the sightseeing in your own town, such beautiful captures!

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    1. Thank you Barbara - it was a lovely afternoon in the sunny weather :)

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  11. It's enjoyable to see your set of Tourist -- we had them here for the weekend because of the US celebration - car shows, boating, fishing and fireworks tons of people here. What is the number 4 photo of - is it shoes? Number 9 photo with the detail sure is a great shot.. But favorite photo today is #3 because of the colorful roofs, and building along the canal -- I can see it as a post card and if you could capture the area with out so many people but still have the boats along the canal too -- it would indeed make for a wonderful card... And number 11 is Lovely shot with the building in the back drop captures a neighborhood just right..
    Enjoyed all the photos..
    Hugs

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    1. Yes, you see my shoes in Picture 4. It's a good idea to try to find a moment when there's not that many people by the Canal, and make a post Card of that Picture - thanks for the inspiration! Maybe early in the morning would be a good time ...
      Thank you for your qweet & encouraging Words!

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  12. I loved all your beautiful pictures. It looks like it was a lovely day.

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    1. Thank you Dawn, the day was a real "Holiday mood"-day, even though the Holiday hans't started yet :)

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  13. I can't pick which picture is my favorite. All are beautiful!

    -http://herweightlossdiary.blogspot.com

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