The day after the wedding when we had the chance to take more wedding photos, Nana’s brother and sister along with their significant others came along with us. And with such a beautiful family, I just couldn’t resist taking a few photos of them as well.
Mads and Catharina have been dating for a few months now and I just loved the interaction between the two of them:
One thing that is just amazing about Denmark, is the sky. It changes so often and it was just so beautiful! Below is a picture of the North Sea:
We called this hobbit land. All the homes in this area had grass growing on their roofs, so they would blend in with the land and not take away from the scenery of the rolling green hills against the shore of the sea.
It seems a lot of people don’t realize where Denmark is… well, to give some perspective the city where we were was about a 6 hour drive north of Paris. Denmark has all the charm you would expect from a European country. It would be fair to say, I fell in love with this amazing place.
We had coffee at The Coffee Collective which is a world renown coffee shop. Travis and I actually read about it in a magazine when we were sitting in a waiting room at the doctor’s office a week before I left. We happened to come across a section in the magazine that listed some of the world’s best food and drinks. Well, The Coffee Collective was on the list and has apparently been voted the world’s best cup of coffee (which seems like quite a funny title in light of the movie Elf). So, of course, we had to make stop to get a cup of joe while traveling around Copenhagen. It definitely did not disappoint.
After photographing their wedding and then traveling with them to Denmark to photograph Lina’s sister’s wedding, they have become some really awesome friends!
We went on a boat ride tour to see more of the city of Copenhagen… and it was just relaxing, beautiful and amazing how much history is in Europe.
It really was an amazing trip and Denmark has stolen a place in my heart. I loved the culture, the food and the people. I definitely can’t wait to go back again someday soon!