Photo: Peter Hovering

Photo: Peter Hovering

Photo: Peter Hovering

It is very rare – only a few days a year and only approx. 15 minutes – that the sun sets over Copenhagen like that. Until they build the Aller-house it was very likely to see the sun set almost in the horizon. How many capitals can beat that?

During those special 15 minutes the Knippelsbro Bridge is crowded with lightstalkers; with his Hasselblad and 500 mm tele lens on a tripod my friend Jens happens to be one of them. My pixtures of the scene are here on the site – have a look at his in the days to come. He uses analogue technique and might be able to present his results during tomorrow. I use a small digital LX3 and can post now. His images though are likely to be of a higher and more spectacular quality. Check out his site at j-fr.dk…