Recently, I went to Denmark, as you might have seen in my latest post about architecture. Instead of publishing pictures randomly, I have decided to gather them into themes, and here comes the second part – Sculptures!
Pictures were taken in Copenhagen, in the Glyptoteket, as well as in Louisiana Modern Art Museum. Again, I used the black and white setting from my camera. I have been using a Canon 500D for the past five years, and although I sometimes feel limited, I still enjoy it.
I don’t remember where this picture was taken exactly… But I remember loving the building.
This is a piece by Giacometti, in the amazing Louisiana museum.
This is a sculpture I found in the Botanical Garden of Copenhagen. All sculptures were related to Greek Olympics.
A close-up on The Age of Bronze by Rodin. The light was amazing. This was taken in the Glyptoteket.
I haven’t written the name of the piece or of the artist. Maybe someone will be able to tell me in comments. But again, I tried to play with lighting.
I still have some pictures to share, which I will do in the next few days. My next trip should be in the south of France, and then San Francisco in the summer. I am looking forward to it.