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Archive for Denmark

5 more weeks…

copenhagen denmark house blondes white fence

…and I’ll be boarding a plane for Denmark. Today’s photo comes from my first summer in Denmark, 2008.

100 days until…


Can’t wait to walk down my street in Copenhagen and into the front row of Copenhell to shoot Abbath again. Oh, and Black Sabbath, King Diamond, Amon Amarth, Dark Funeral, etc. will be there too.

Four months from today…

Black Sabbath @ Copenhell 2016 (June 25)

Black Sabbath @ Copenhell 2016 (June 25)

@OzzyOsbourne @BlackSabbath @COPENHELL

32 years ago (3/28/84 to be exact) I saw Ozzy Osbourne live for the first time. I was 15 years old. I was too young to drive. I walked 3 miles to the Bay Fair BART station to take BART to San Francisco (actually Daly City). There was no Cow Palace BART station so I walked another 3 miles on the other end to get to the show. Afterwards, I walked another 6 miles and took BART to get home. Since then I’ve seen Black Sabbath three times without nearly as much effort.

In four months (from today to be exact), I will see Black Sabbath for the last time. I will have a short walk from my apartment in Copenhagen, Denmark. Best of all, I won’t be far from the stage like all of the other times. This time I will have a photo pass and be right at the feet of Geezer, Ozzy, and Tony. Can’t wait…

Happy Birthday to Michael Poulsen!

volbeat Michael Schøn Poulsen

Volbeat’s Michael Poulsen


Mr. Poulsen turns 40 today. Today’s photo is from the Medford Armory show just under a year ago.

Roskilde Festival participant

skeleton cigarette holder at roskilde festival costume

The Roskilde Festival is a summer thing, but this photo seemed more fitting for October.

Copenhagen street corner

copenhagen red building corner

Nikon D7000, f/3.8, 1/640, ISO6400

Today my new Nikon D750 will arrive. Today’s photo was taken shortly after I purchased my first DSLR back in 2011. The faults with this photo were not the camera’s. They were because of my own ignorance. I didn’t understand aperture, shutter speed, or ISO. This photo would have looked much better if I had shot it in RAW at f/8 with a low ISO. So now I need to go back to Copenhagen with my new knowledge and new camera. Maybe next summer?


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