Two of my photos are featured
in this spring's issue of
Wander: Brandeis Abroad
My photos appear on pg. 17 ...
BUT I encourage you to read through the entire magazine
Wander is full of great pictures, essays and poems
that encapsulate the study abroad experience such as:
Wander features prose, poems, and photos from Brandeis students who have studied abroad. The magazine aims to thoroughly integrate the off-campus international experiences of Brandeis Students with their on-campus life
You can read through the entire magazine
above on this site or HERE
This is the building I live in,
& it harbors a dark secret
A mile down the road are beautiful protected marshlands
Sadly, a large portion of similar marsh was bulldozed
to build the student housing where I live,
& the 140-store shopping mall across the street
In case you didn't notice, there's a heron in that picture, hiding among the reeds
Let's zoom in, shall we?
Ah, the mighty heron!
One of nature's lankiest & majestic creatures
BUT ... herons still come to fish
in the man-made ponds in front of my building
The Marxist says--
The idols of capitalism spoil this serene blue sky
The Photographer says--
The intersecting telephone almost neatly
divides the image into thirds
The Russian says--
Mockbич! What a shitty brand!
In the distance behind this man's dock, "Middelgrunden" is a 20 turbine off-shore wind farm, 3.5 km off the coast of Amager Beach—
it supplies 4% of Copenhagen's power needs
In the U.S., off-shore wind farm have been opposed by some coastal property owners ... but this man doesn't seem too concerned by the windmills
The Danish Government aims for 50%
of the country's electricity to come from
offshore wind power by 2030
--More info HERE--
Samsø is one Danish island receives over 100%
of their energy needs from renewable sources
(mostly from solar power)
and sells the excess power generated
Of course, the island only has 4,000 residents,
BUT 1/10 residents owns a share of the wind turbines
--More info HERE--
I looked out the window and saw 4 rabbits,
but by the time I took out my camera
there was this large warren* of rabbits
They multiplied so quickly,
you could almost say
... they multiplied like rabbits!
*a warren is the official term for a group of rabbits
This classy giraffe on the side of
the Eurovision electrical supply trailer
in Copenhagen's old town square
One of the crowd that Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt addressed at Faelledparken
PM Thorning-Schmidt became the subject of international discussion via "the selfie seen round the world"
At Nelson Mandela's memorial service, Thorning-Schmidt posed for a “selfie” with David Cameron and Barack Obama, while Michelle Obama glared at the men who seemed to be fawning over the stylish, blonde Dane
Good location, scenic view, youthful neighbors,
sustainable reclaimed wood design ...
Sure it's a little bit of a fixer-upper,
but I have a feeling I can negotiate
a great deal for a unit in The Birdhouse
Giraffe on the merry-go-round at Denmark's #1 tourist attraction ... Tivoli Gardens Amusement park
LEST ANYONE FORGET IT! ...
The Danes KILLED a giraffe rather recently
In fact, it's a story that I featured on my blog
HERE, HERE, oh and HERE!
And yet, I can't seem to take 2 steps in this county without encountering the creature
SUCH AS ...
This playtable near baggage claim at the city Airport
OR ... this inflatable giraffe at a street carnival
Q: Did you hear about the race between two giraffes?
A: It was neck and neck!
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