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København

By Flemmingbo

After experiencing time slowed down to a crawl in airports and airplanes I am back home on my other side of the planet in my other life. Copenhagen or as it’s properly named; København. I really love being home after nearly 7 months away. Multi-cultural multi-coloured multi-flavoured København is my favourite city in the world. The weather does not agree with me but I love my friends here and the city.

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These polaroid’ed snapshots are not much, but was captured yesterday on my new ‘precioussss’, the Fuji X100, thanks to my secret pusher. Much more to come about this amazing digital rangefinder camera and my other projects once I have slept a week or so.


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