Monthly Archives: August 2015

Copenhagen´s New Icon: The Circle Bridge

Copenhagen’s latest contribution to it’s harbor’s bridges, The Circle Bridge, officially opened yesterday to a fanfare fit for kings. This majestic and playful construction harmonizes beautifully with Copenhagen’s maritime tradition and yet it is so much more. The creator of this unique construction, the artist Olafur Eliasson, has provided Copenhagen with not only a passage linking […]
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150 Years: My Forest Story

This year, my torment and beloved Nottingham Forest F.C, celebrate 150 years as a professional club, making it the world’s third  oldest after our not-so-noisy neighbors down at Meadow Lane. Of those 150 years, I have spent 50 of them supporting the club from the terraces to listening from afar on a dodgy shortwave radio. […]
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A Bridge Not Too Far

Standing on Dyssebroen, a pedestrian and bicycle bridge, that connects urban and rural Christiania, I´m looking desperately for Copenhagen’s skyline. The only visible trace of the city’s contour is the twisted spire of one of Copenhagen’s most recognizable landmarks, Our Saviour’s Church. It dawns on me that I have never stood here before. A sense of familiarity and foreign at the […]
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