Abbiamo iniziato il nostro shooting proprio intorno all’alba, dopo una lunga notte di pioggia, e poi il sole all’improvviso ha cominciato a levarsi e a farsi spazio tra le nubi.
Amo la luce di questi scatti, del sole che filtra nel cielo ancora grigio, rendendo tutto così surreale, magico.
In our imaginary Denmark it is a northern country and as such very cold. On the contrary the presence of the sea, with its reliever effect, makes temperate maritime the climate.To be predominant clouds, humidity, rain and wind. The rainfalls, however, although frequent, are never abundant. They
are, however, habitual days of variable weather, in which in a few
hours it passes from rain to sun and vice versa, sometimes abrupt and
Exactly as it happened while we were taking pictures of my last day in Copenhagen.The winters of northern Europe are characterized by very short days,
with about 5 hours of light a day: the sun rises later, around 8:30 am
and sets about 3:00 pm.We
started our photo-shoot right around dawn after a long night of rain, and
then suddenly the sun began to rise and make room in the clouds.
I love the light of these shots, the sun shining in the sky still gray, making it all so surreal, magical.A monochrome outfit with a long white fur coat, to enjoy this day with a unique and indescribable atmosphere and to discover “the old Queen of the seas”.
(Click here, here and here to see my other posts from Copenhagen).
(Click here to see the coolest fur coats of this winter).