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Kronprinsen og Den Sultende Princesse
The Crown Prince and the Princess who Starved
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NEW! Christiania - a photo essay open to interpretation...The Christiania photos at the bottom of this page are from 2006, the year following the fated Christmas Eve Letter of 2005, when the Danish government - in the middle of the harshest winter in decades - attempted to make homeless nearly a thousand Copenhageners, including countless children, who live in Christiania and raze this exquisite example of culture and art.
click here for these select photos from Christiania, the largest "Free-State" collective experiment in Europe
The following is a tiny sampling of Bent Lorentzen's vast reserve of "tourist photos" of Scandinavia. Most are of Copenhagen, from Rosenborg Slot to Frederiksborg Slot, and of Mr. Lorentzen's numerous cycling tours of northern Europe. Click on thumbnails for slightly more detail. Most of Mr. Lorentzen's photography, part of his photojournalism and cultural anthropology background, evoke that place's more difficult to attain atmosphere. It often means to stay utterly still in pouring rain until the right moment. These images were purposely scanned at low density to prevent copyright violations. All images, ©1994 - 2006, D.A.N.E. and Bent Lorentzen. No one may copy, download or otherwise use or transmit these images without the express consent of Bent Lorentzen. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop Absolon * Christiana * Pedestrian street* Round Tower * Denmark's most famous tree*
Rundt Danmark* downtown * Danish Cycling * Cathedral in north Copenhagen
Fine Arts at "Kongens Have" * Swan/people scene* typical plaza
City Hall Plaza * Rosenborg Castle*Gentofte sø * Christiana hus
And now a few images from other places. See if you recognize where they were taken
Rebild Festival* Chalk Cliffs * Frederiksborg Castle* Little Mermaid
Rebild Festival * Roof Thatching * Skagen * Island Road
Now where are we?
Cycling the Appalachians in winter
Tibetan Buddhism Morning Has Broken at 8,000 meters
ARTWORK by Bent Lorentzen
--Copenhagen's largest tourist attraction, and home, workplace & educational site for thousands... now being threatened by a Danish government lusting for property-money. Click on images for full size
Welcome to all Tranquility Peace
Joy Beauty Nature
Home Love Hearth
Work Refuge Feast
For our children Transform Feed
Not for Sale! Keep out the Beast
The Beast looks... and wants!
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