In the small town of Kastrup (yes, the town, not the airport) a major beach landscaping has taken place. The purpose is of course to add more recreational areas close to Copenhagen city. The Danes are known for their architecture and interior design using few and strict elements and as much greyscale as possible. Why not bring that out into the open?
The picture show an access road to the beach area crossing a canal that separates the beach from a park behind it. The building on the left is a new service building for vistors and contains locker room, toilets etc. A number of these building are scattered over the beach and some inspiration must have come from WW II beach architecture.
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sergecross (3438) 2005-12-17 11:03
Ebbe, nice view.
I like the calmed water and the darkness of the cloudly day. Well done!
tonyking (1612) 2005-12-28 7:09
In spite of it being a dull day, you've captured this scene really well. The pic has an overwhelming feeling of tranquility. I really like that and the contrasts of both colour and light you've achieved in this softly lit image. Great work!