Copenhagen in Panoramas!

I've been using the recent panorama camera feature for the iPhone update non-stop lately. In my travels, I've found that a single frame can't capture something within it's context entirely. I love that I can now easily photograph a big view, without having to a fuss with any extra apps. I hope you enjoy these shots from different places around København! Click each one to enlarge for the full effect!


// Taken from within a courtyard near my school. I love this space because it's easy to miss, but is really special!


// A summery shot from the running path behind my apartment in Amager. The fields are filled with cute animals, and the building in the distance is Figure 8 by Bjarke Ingels Group!


// This is the view out of the window I sit by in studio, which is located right in the city center. I love the mixture of red tile and green copper roofs that characterize the medieval buildings.


// This bridge leads from a bike path to Slusholmen, an interesting housing project in Copenhagen. In the daytime, you can find lots of people fishing in the water!


// Another cool housing project to check out is Tietgen Kollegiet in Islands Brygge. It's a really nice round structure, and the surrounding areas have cool graffiti art.


// Taken in my Urban Theories class, this one is also in Islands Brygge. We were studying the public space along the waterfront, that is a really popular hang out spot.


// Finally, Skateparken is an awesome skatepark within Fælledparken. It has a huge half-pipe and is used by all ages, not just kids.

I have a few more panoramas from other countries that I will share in the future. Have you used this feature lately? x. Paige


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Exploring the impeccable design store MUNK // A sunset walk home, appreciating Denmark's efficient street lights // A bike spotted on a lake trail in Christiania // Jumping off of Bjarke Ingels Group's Harbour Bath! Super exhilarating, fun, and cold.





Building facade in the famous Newhavn // A display for art becomes an architectural element inside the Black Diamond Library // A pop-up booth in Nørrebro. I am still unsure of what the purpose of it was. I have a love for neon plexi, which I touched upon yesterday. // Another from our walk by the lake in Christiania, which was so relaxing.

Life lately has been about traveling and exploring, while fitting in school work on the side. I kid...kinda. I am enjoying having more free time this semester compared to the usual rigor of my school work to get to know Copenhagen. The past couple of days have been rainy and we have 2 projects due in studio tomorrow, so I am looking back at these photos fondly.

P.S. I am thinking of making this a weekly series on the blog, where I share my favorite 8 snapshots with you! I like sitting down to go through and select which photos I want to edit, and I get to relive the memories. If you would like to see my other "snapshots" post from Copenhagen, check it out!

x. Paige

Copenhagen Snapshots

Hi everyone! Today I have the first round-up of photos from my time in Copenhagen! I've only been here for 4 days and already have so many great photos that it was hard to choose. I hope you enjoy this curated selection of the experiences I've had so far! IMG_0091




This Zaha Hadid exhibit is going to be a must-see // Lounge area of the Copenhagen Urban Outfitters // Accidentally stumbled upon a gorgeous park in the middle of the city // Drinks with dinner





Explored Bjarke Ingels of BIG's "Figure 8" building which is behind my apartment! Considering doing a whole post on this amazing structure // Hanging out by the water in the park behind Figure 8 // Eating ice cream every day guilt-free since we do so much walking and biking // Danish housewares never disappoint

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today! How do you like this new post in photo round-up form? I think it's a good way for me to enjoy these little pleasures and also share them with you! x. Paige