I would to like say that my prime purpose in taking photos of architecture when visiting a new city is purely random captures of beauty. But, the truth is, I know my brain. And while it has worked pretty well for me so far, it is not only fallible when trying to recall the looks of a city visited long ago, but sometimes downright negligent! Therefore, if I want to someday recall the look, feel and aesthetics of a city (and impress my kids by knowing where a particular movie scene was filmed), I must have photos to refer back to. To that end, I have begun to try to capture not only the historic aspects,
But also, sometimes, just the beauty,
My favorite captures are the quirky architectural elements that I want to remember long after my brain tries to forget,
And sometimes, the architectural photos I take are just to remember the uniqueness of a city,
The most interesting architecture is sometimes found in airports and train stations
Sometimes, lets face it, it is just a good photo op…
And sometimes, it is just a photo begging to be taken.
Whatever the reason for the architectural photo, I am sure to remember Copenhagen – even if memory doesn’t serve!
More on Copenhagen:
Copenhagen in 7 Hours of Daylight: The City Walk
Copenhagen in 7 Hours of Daylight: City of Art
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Really great photos, Paula! I love that you have an eye for that kind of stuff. What camera are you using for travel?
Thank you, Lori! Everything I take now is with my iphone 6s & 5s and edited on my iphone exclusively. I found for travel, this was just the most convenient and I always have it handy!
wow, even more impressed. I find it tough to get pics like that on my phone!!