Copenhagen ♡ By The Sea

Hello friends! Thank you for all your lovely comments on my Copenhagen posts. They have been such a pleasure to read :)

Today I am showing you some pictures from the day we caught the train North out of the city to visit the Louisiana Museum Of Modern Art. When I asked for your Copenhagen tips, the Louisiana museum was by far the most suggested place to visit, so it was a definite on our list. And wowsers, we were not disappointed! I think you can see for yourselves, that this place is located in the most beautiful setting. 

The weather was warm and sunny and the sea, so crystal clear, was a gorgeous turquoise-blue. A real surprise. I could have gazed at the view for hours (except I have a Bertie, so it wasn't possible!). 

We had a nice lunch and a pleasant(ish!) stroll around the museum (AMAZING building!). It was a little challenging to take in the art that was on show though - OH BERTIE.......! 

Strolling around the sculpture garden was lovely and Bertie had fun rolling around on the grass. He pretty much always wants to be outside, so if he’s taken indoors for any reason, then he’ll let everyone know he’s not into it! However, he was fascinated by the installation of microphones hanging from the ceiling complete with sound. 

We wandered down onto the little beach too, where Maisie and I sat on the jetty and Dan and Bertie looked at the *shudder* jellyfish!

All in all it was one of the best days we had out there.

Have a nice weekend! ▲▲▲

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  1. Really beautiful pictures. I am enjoying reading about your trip SO much! I had my own Bertie (Soren who is now 9) and I felt like all I did for years was say 'oh Soren!' and run after him to prevent some disaster occurring. It is exhausting! Anyway, the point of this rambling is that it soon stops! :) xx

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    1. Oh thank you :) That is so reassuring to read, thank you! x x

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  2. I'm so glad to read all your post from your trip to my country. :-) Louisiana is indeed an amazing place, I also love to visit it. I also have a son at Bertie's age, så I can really relate to your "problems"! My son is very active as well. ;-) Nice to hear that you had a nice trip anyway.

    /Maria :-)

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    1. Thank you for your lovely comment - I love your country!! And I guess they're just acting their age, but it can be rather stressful! We did have a lovely time anyway, despite the tantrums! :) x

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  3. Oh Kerry, you take THE most beautiful photos. They're such a pleasure to look at!

    I'm craving a trip to Copenhagen even more now, needless to say...

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    1. Ah thank you so much Kate - book that flight! x

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  4. Oh my god, that looks just perfect! Hope you had a nice time!

    http://emilylikessmakeup.blogspot.co.uk/ xxx

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    1. ah thank you - it was certainly a perfect part of the world ;)

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  5. Kerry these pictures are just jaw droppingly good. I couldn't work out what that picture was until I read that they were microphones! Getting out those grass stains from Bertie's clothes must be fun what a boy! Oh and I love that black and white image of Maisie, it's so beautiful. Happy Weekend Trees. Hope it's dry for you, it's bloomin pouring down here. x

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    1. Aaaaw Jen thanks! I'm glad you think so. Yes, microphones - there were hundred of them! It has been pouring here too, but nicer this eve - fingers crossed for a better weekend xx

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  6. I'm loving the early morning posts, a great way to start the day while Rafferty watches Ben and Holly and hubby shores beside me. I adore the black and White photo of you.....dreamy, dreaming, 2 seconds peace.....I know that feeling well.....written whilst a toddler climbs al over me and presses all the buttons
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    1. thank you - yes, I like to get them out there early! Nice you get a little time to have a browse - 2 seconds peace indeed - I know it well!

      Oh, and that black and white picture is actually of my daughter Maisie! She is pretty much the same size as me, so easily mistaken! xx

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  7. Hi there.
    It is fun to read about and see photos of your experiences in Copenhagen. I am Danish myself, but do not live in Copenhagen. I still like to read about an "outsider's" view of Denmark. :-) It makes me happy thay you had a nice time visiting our little country.

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    1. Ah thank you. I loved your little country! I always like reading people's opinions of the UK and London too - always interesting! :)

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  8. Hi Kerry, LOVING all your Copenhagen pics, your photography skills are getting more amazing by the weeks!
    Loving all your CPH observations too. I remember visiting whilst we were still living in London and thinking it was the most expensive place ever but now when we visit from Norway with norwegian money it's like bargain weekend break where we shop up a storm and drink/dine like Kings!
    We will spend 2 weeks travelling around Denmark and Sweden in the car this summer also using AirBnB (what a fab website eh?)
    Have a great weekend x

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    1. Thanks Lisa! Nice to hear that! Hehe, I like to record my observations - even if slightly pointless! Must be so bizarre going there from Norway and finding it cheap! We found it so expensive and spent all our money on food! Jealous of your Denmark/Sweden trip plan - I'm quite obsessed with Airbnb now!

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    2. p.s. Have a lovely weekend too x

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  9. LOVE! Oh I want that sofa, lampshade, house/building - live there.... ah well..xxx

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    1. Yup, me too - you should have seen the museum shop - amazing!! x x

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  10. you are making me yearn for international travel more than usual!!!!


    stunning pics!

    xo em

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    1. Hehe - thanks my lovely! x x

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  11. It looks so calm and peaceful there, perfect photographs! Definitely the kind of view you could have gazed at for hours! ♡

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    1. It really was - thank you :) x

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  12. ....and I enjoy the pictures and the reading from my very own country!
    Sorry for the weather here... a little unpredictable ; )

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    1. Ah, thank you. The weather was no different to the UK - it's just as unpredictable here! :)

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  13. Oh, I adore your beautiful pictures of Copenhagen and it's surroundings! When we visited Scandinavia two years ago for some reason (we were in a hurry to reach Sweden I guess) we drove straight past Copenhagen without visiting, and how I regret that!

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    1. Thank you Nina :) Oh you must try and get there one day - hope you do x

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  14. beautiful place and pictures! what a blessing for my eyes in this dreadful london weather.

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    1. Ah thank you - and yes, this weather is ridiculous!

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  15. what a great trip, amazing building just up my alley. Whats going on in the 4th one down - walk the plank?
    Did you go to the Hay shop in Copenhagen? or is that in you next instalment vx

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    1. Yes, just up my alley too! No Hay :( we didn't do much in the way of shopping. Tough with a toddler. I did go into Norman Copenhagen though, which was rather amazing! x

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  16. I love it there, did you go to Karen Blixen??

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    1. Hi Kay - it's lovely isn't it. And no, didn't go to Karen Blixen - just not enough time. One day!

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  17. Beautiful pics capturing lovely emotions.

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  18. Lovely images, love the sofa! /Elina

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    1. Thank you - I could quite easily have left with that sofa!

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  19. Amazing view!! beautiful photos, look like you and your family had a great time : ) , have a lovely day and weekend!! big hug!

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    1. Thank you Mariela - have a nice weekend too x

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  20. Nice photos. Indeed the museum is stated at a very beautiful place. I have been there and totally fell in love

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    1. Ah you've been too?! It's beautiful. I could very happily go back there one day :)

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  21. Thank you for those posts about your trip (and your beautiful pics) ! it makes me dream ...

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    1. Ah thank you Laetitia - I'm certain you would love it out there. x

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  22. Looks amazing... that sea... wow. I could admire that all day :)

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  23. Welcome back, it must have been decor heaven in Copenhagen. Love the colour of the sofa and those lamps! The view....stunning! :)

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    1. Thank you - it certainly was! That sofa was gorgeous! And the view! :)

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  24. it's magical. what a stunning place and your photos...they are perfect. have a lovely weekend. xo

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    1. Indeed - thank you! Have a lovely weekend too x

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  25. Louisiana is definitely one of my favorite spots in Denmark, so glad you went and enjoyed it! Beautiful pics too :)

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    1. I’m so glad we made it up there. So worth it. Thank you :)

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  26. Oh wow! This place looks so gorgeous! I hadn't heard of it but very glad to know now - thanks Kerry :) Kx

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    1. thank you - you’d love it there Kylie - next trip eh?! x

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  27. Ah, the beauty of Louisiana. Just how I imagined it; clear, sharp and brave shapes and angles. OH BERTIE, you made me smile! :)
    I used to take my son to the Museum of modern Art in Oslo. The exhibitions there always appealed to him, and also it was free :)
    Great Sunday,
    Lilli

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    1. Lilli, yes, it’s beautiful and just as you describe! I hope we will get to Oslo one day, so will certainly go to the Museum of modern art there. Have a lovely week x

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  28. I love the windows and the view. All the pictures look so great.

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    1. Thank you. Yes, that room was so tranquil. imagine living there!

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  29. You take such great photos!

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    1. Thank you so much Lois! :)

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  30. fantastic and that calder mobile!!! I want to go too!!!!

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    1. I know! You'd love it there. x

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    1. It really was - totally recommend :)

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