Waiting for spring

It seems it has been raining for almost 15 months in Denmark. 2017 has been a bit strange, when it comes to the meteorological conditions. Almost no period with warm weather and sun. No period of days with sunshine for more than 2-3 days – and then rain again. The highest temperature measured in the summer of 2017 was 26.8 degrees celcius. The lowest “high” summer temperature measured ever in Denmark.

So for a photographer it is a challenge. Especially if you, like I do, love to work with shadows and light. But maybe if I lived in Australia or Spain, I would love it the other way around. We always seem to yearn after what we don’t have. And we live in a spoiled time where we cry about the weather. So no more complaining from me about this! (Or I will at least try 😉 )

Here are a couple of shots from the cold Copenhagen.

Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen.
(Fujifilm X-E3, XF 14mm f/2.8)

 

Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen.
(Fujifilm X-E3, Zonlai 25mm f/1.8)

 

Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen.
(Fujifilm X-E3, Zonlai 25mm f/1.8)

 

Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen. (Fujifilm X-E3, XF 35mm f/1.4.8)
Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen.
(Fujifilm X-E3, XF 35mmmm f/1.4)

 

Copenhagen, December 2017. Photo: Jan Jespersen.
(Fujifilm X-E3, Zonlai 25mm f/1.8)

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  1. Fine work Jan. I especially like the lamp lidt street.

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