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Old 03-31-2016   #1
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Been asking the Camel management to add a travel section to the forum for years, to no avail.

So allow me to ask here.

Has anybody been to Denmark. If so, what are your recommendation(s) on places to photograph.

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Yes but it has been year since I was there.
Copenhagen of course.
Kronberg Castle as well as most of the other castles.
Bornholm if you have time. Lovely island.
Skagen in North Jutland
Legoland in East Jutland as well as Mols Bjerge National Park & Grejsdalen valley.

You shouldn't have any trouble finding interesting things to see and photograph. Have fun.
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Cheers, G99.

For logistic reason (mainly transportation) I will be sticking to Zealand region.
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If you are going in June you have to go here. Roskilde Festival

Take a camera, and be ready. It is one wild little party.
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Yeah, I found out about the fest in my research. Fortunately, I'm not into those things. That's for the younger crowd.

I'm looking to take this kind of photos instead.
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Yeah, I'm not Roskilde material either. Sorry, we never got to Zealand so I have no information about it. One would think that culturally Zealand would be quite similar.

From what I have seen Roskilde seems to be the Danish equivalent to our Burning Man in many ways.
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Copenhagen is a gorgeous city to visit. Go on a boat trip around the harbour as you will see quite a lot of the stuff you want to go back and see later.

My shot isn't as good as the one you googled, but I only had a few minutes between the restaurant and the coach taking our party to the airport. Very photogenic area.


The Nyhavn area of Copenhagen, Denmark. by Clare Bambers, on Flickr


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1. The Round Tower
2. Nyhavn, Copenhagen
3. Kronborg Slot, Helsingør

You'll want to bring your camera!
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I really enjoyed the local bicycle culture and tried to document it on a quick trip to Copenhagen. A really nice city with lots of street life to enjoy.


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