A tour into the north. Berlin, Rügen, Malmö, Ystad, Copenhagen.
This summer we did a tour to north germany and south sweden. By car we traveled through Berlin, Sassnitz, Binz, took the ferry to Trelleborg, drove through Ystad and settled for 4 days in Malmö. There we took the train to Copenhagen (which is such a cool town) and drove to the peninsula Kullaberg near the Kattegat.
United hipsters of Germany in Berlin. I do really like to be there. 50mm f2.
Ostseebad Binz. 11mm f18 28sec.
Walking through the nature park Jasmund. 14mm f2.8.
Posing on a “Findling”. 16mm f9.
Chalk cliff - Kreidefelsen of Sassnitz. 16mm f10.
Best seen in black and white. 11mm f11.
16mm f10 37sec.
Tour cover at the port of Sassnitz. We had to wait until 11pm for the departure of our ferry to Trelleborg. 26mm f9.
At 4am we arrived in Sweden and drove directly to the beach to sleep, eat and for some pictures. 11mm f4.
A new build pier. Someone went swimming there before we arrived. At 4am.. 11mm f4.5 18sec.
The cliff at Ales Stenar(the Stonehenge of Sweden) near Ystadt. 16mm f9.
A street near our AirBnB in the cool Möllevängen in Malmö. 50mm f1.4.
The Kungsparken on the way to the beach. In the background is the Turning Torso. 50mm f2.
The sun is setting over Denmark at 10pm. 11mm f5.6 30sec.
Busy streets of Copenhagen. 50mm f2.
Amalienborg and the Frederiks Kirke in the background. 50mm f2.8.
The famous Danish freetown Christiania was founded in 1971 when a group of hippies took over abandoned military barracks and their surrounding along the Christianshavn canals and developed the area to an alternative society with own set of rules, independent of the government.
..and this is its port. Highly recommended part of Copenhagen. 50mm f1.2.
These luxury houses are located directly on the other side of the canel. The trees in the back are located on the no-mans-land Christiania. 50mm f1.2.
The Nimis is a castle build of driftwood and is located in Kullaberg. It is difficult to find and marks the capital of the micronation Ladonia. To get there you have to walk on a footpath 2km through the forest without any sign which leads to the Nimis. Once you get there you have to crawl through it to get to the beach. Swedes.. 15mm f7.
The cliffs of Kullaberg. 22mm f9.