Using the sun to make a rhetorical point on the climate crisis – watch the video…Â
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everything was painted brigt red. The walls. The ceilings. The floors. Even the inside of the toiletbowls. And this octopus (made of glass, slightly obscene) was waiting in an ocean of red by the zink…
Have anybody heard of the “butterfly effect”? I found that all of my friends, family and bumpinto’s are connected, not by the fact we all more or less live within copenhagen or the commen joy of internet surfing. Anyone one who knows of me can throw a stone in to the global electronic pond and [...]
Copenhagen is the city of bikes…and sometimes those bikes are stolen…and sometimes those stolen bikes end their lives on the bottom of the mid-city-lakes. This morning I passed by the lakes and watched while several bikes were pulled out of the lakes. Apparantly – after a while in the lakes – it seems that bikes [...]
Since the Seattle fish jugglers hit the big time, I have wanted to see them. And tomorrow they will be performing in Copenhagen grace of ‘Fish Day’ (that is not Friday).
Last summer I had the privilege to houseboat-sit one of the amazing houseboats in Lake Union, Seattle.Â What an amazing life: to be alive, asleep and awake on the rolling wake of waterplanes landing and small boats cruising the subbtle waters. And as the icing on the cafe, this is what the mailboxes looked like: [...]
I just love the BBC-series Blue Planet…
Baby bathing-suits with built-in life-belts…
…in the waves, finally back on the ground inspired by this beautiful shoe.
These metallic swimmers have been swimming in the lush summer-grass near my family-summerhouse ever since I was born. I think they deserve a goldmedal at the Beijing Olympics for tireless efforts throughout the decades.
Check out this funky building soon to be completed in the Danish town Vejle – created by Henning Larsen architecs. More pictures and info on boelgenvejle.dk Wavy architecture seems to be a new wave on the roll…
Even a seemingly discreet shoe can potentially hide otherworldly beauty. Overwhelming wavesÂ beyond belief, oceanic beauty right there under one’s foot.
The self-declared micronation SealandÂ is for sale (or rather: “available for transfer” – as countries cannot be “sold”!), so if you’ve got the funds, you can own your own haven in the waves. You will be close to European metropolitan areas, yet all by yourself in the wild and rugged sea, outside British jurisdiction. Sealand was [...]
Yesterday my spam-filter caught an interesting piece of commercial mail titled: Aquazone Seven Seas Desktop Aquarium – now 20 % off. And what do you know…working intensively with SHARE A BRAINWAVE lately apparantly has put waves, water, fish and aquariums so top of my mind, that I’m an easy target for any information containing either [...]
Yesterday I hosted a small dinnerparty celebrating Reflexioner’s 5-years birthday – and the ‘birth’ of SHARE A BRAINWAVE. This circle of friends see each other quite often for informal dinner-and-discussion-nights and we’re usually not a crowd who formalizes things by bringing flowers or presents for the hostess. But yesterday every guest spontainiously brought a wave-related [...]