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Ramsherred street, Odense, Denmark
This is the street that leads to the house of Hans Christian Andersen
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24 year old Romanian photographer currently living in Denmark.
Started photography in 2008 and has been involved with it since.
You can see more on www.bogdan.dk
I see you finally took some photos. :)
seems so, thanks a lot for the favourites dear! :D you-re so kind
– Bogdan Ciocsan
love how the colours of the sky match the buildings, the beautiful stones on the road…hope you are enjoying Denmark! :)
this part of the town looks a lot like Brasov, the architecture is quite similar, but the other part of town is a weird combination between English and Germanic architecture plus the new type of modern architecture :)
And well I can’t say that I am not enjoying Denmark, I’m just overwhelmed by the huge prices, but I expected that I guess :)) Denmark is one of the most expensive countries in Europe, I’ll get used to that I guess
You do magic in your shots anywhere in the world. Fantastic dear Bogdan;)))
oh you-re so kind Tereza, thank you
What a gorgeous street. The colours are amazing and it’s so clean! It’s like a model village.
heh, it’s in the middle of the town, 2 streets away from the city center
thank you so much!
WOW, YOU FOUND EMPTY & BEAUTIFUL STREET, LOVE THIS IMAGE
thank you Luda, glad you like it dear!
Really beautiful capture Bogdan
thank you so much Ilpo! I’m really glad you like it
thank you so much!!
Superb shot Bogdan
thanks a lot Alex!
Ah, this looks beautiful and serene!Did you have to wait long to have an empty street to shoot?
thank you dear!
actually no, it’s most of the time like that here, even during the afternoon, even if it’s so near to the city center, it’s not a very crowded city :) nothing like Romania