Monday, August 29, 2016

Out of the Jurisdiction: Copenhagen

Copenhagen!  What a wonderful city.


A canal cruise began in Nyhavn, a colorful old neighborhood on a canal.


Rosenborg Castle was well worth a visit, however quickly I had to dash through it.


A display of glass against a brightly lit window was a wonder.  Not much color, so I took it all out.


Tivoli, a charming in-town amusement park from the 1800s.


And a charioteer atop a fountain.

11 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

i love how colorful the canal is...is the amusement park still open? thanks for bringing us along!

Kate said...

An eclectic and interesting collection of images. I saw the top photo on FB and mentioned that those colourful buildings rival the row of Rainbow Houses in Charleston, SC. So beautiful!

Sharon Anck said...

Beautiful shots!

bill burke said...

The colourful buildings are very attractice and the castle is quite beautiful. Looks like you're cruising through town, so much to see, so little time. Enjoying your photos!

RedPat said...

I loved Copenhagen when I was there too, Jack! What a trip you are having!

William Kendall said...

One of those cities I would love to see for myself someday. Beautiful shots!

Lois said...

Lovely photos Jack. I have always wanted to visit Tivoli for some reason!

Michelle said...

A nice capture of the colorful homes, Jack.

Dianne said...

Beautiful top pic Jack with those lovely boats in the harbour - Copenhagen ! must add that to my bucket list.

Taken For Granted said...

Interesting sculpture with the women dominating the power of all those bulls. Also great shot of the boats in the canal.

Karl Demetz said...

Love the top pic !