Copenhagen ♡ Randoms/The End

This is my final set of holiday photos - I think it’s time to get back to my usual blogging now. I have really enjoyed sharing my Copenhagen pictures with you! Thank you for your lovely responses to my pictures. I am so happy to have such fantastic readers from far and wide! 

We made some wonderful memories during our trip there, and I really do hope to return one day. Copenhagen was also unexpectedly, our best holiday for eating too; we dined so well out there! Goodbye Copenhagen ♡

P.S. The seventh picture - that guy is made of sand!! We happened to stumble into the International Sand Sculpture Festival - amazing!
Enjoy your weekends!! It’s my Maisie’s last ever day of primary school today - I can’t believe how quickly the years have gone!
And don’t forget - you can now find me on Instagram - seventytree is my name :) Hope to see you there! x

45 comments:

  1. You have made me extremely honored to be from Copenhagen :-)

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    1. Wow, what a lovely thing to say - thank you :)

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  2. Kerry these pictures are so so so good! And that sandman is incredible. Love the dino picture, the yoga poses, Dan's very cool headphones. You are one cool family! Enjoy your last day of primary school Maisie. Have a fantastic weekend Trees! x

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    1. Aaaaw thanks Jen - there were some unbelievable sand creations - your and your boy would have loved it! Those are Maisie’s headphones actually! You’re a cool family too! Have a great weekend xx

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  3. Hello, i visited Copenhagen last summer. I love this city! It is so great to see your pictures and remember...i stayed together with my family in Amager/near Christianshaven in a great apartment too.
    Love your pics, the yoga-picture is very cool!
    Nice greetings from a reader from germany
    Susan

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    1. I love it too! Sounds lovely where you stayed - we didn’t venture as far as there - ran out of time!
      Thank you for your nice comment - Hello in Germany - warm wishes from London :)

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  4. That sand sculpture is incredible- what a wonderful thing to stumble upon.
    You take beautiful photos.

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    1. Totally amazing - we loved it!
      Thank you :)

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  5. It has been sooo great to see all your Copenhagen pictures. Thanks a lot for the ride!
    It's a joy to see how others see the city I come from :o)
    Have a great weekend

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    1. Ah thank you - yes it must be nice to see it through a tourist’s eyes! Have a great weekend too :)

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  6. Gorgeous photos - love Bertie's lion top & cheeky face. Wishing Maisie a very special day today there will be smiles & tears...

    I am dying to go to Copenhagen and your pictures have only made me more determined x

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    1. Hehe thank you - yes, he’s a cheeky one that’s for sure! Yes, smiles and tears there were - she came home soaked after a water fight! I hope you’ll get to CPH one day x

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  7. Oh stunning photos - saved the best til last. Bertie's hair is looking more like my Ru's... love boys with long blonde hair. I sing the beach boys in my head when I see them sometimes (yes bonkers me!). Anyhoo... Bertie has your nose and Dan's eyes doesn't he? Can't wait to see you again soon... might have to pop up to Crouch End in Sept for a visit. xxx

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    1. ah thanks m’friend x Yes, his hair is like your Ru’s. Chuckling at your blonde boys/beach boys singing! You are exactly right, he does have my nose and I think Dan’s eyes (although Dan’s are dark brown, Bertie’s dark blue). Funny enough, I saw Fran yesterday and we mentioned you coming up in September. Really hope you can. You can come to my place if you like too and meet the small folk! x x x

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  8. Loooove the yoga photo, you two are sooo flexible!

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    1. Thank you - it’s actually my daughter in that picture (she’s pretty much the same size as me!) :)

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  9. I love the humour and the attention to small details. A far cry from the soulless postcard images of a city.

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    1. Ah thank you very much! I’m glad you think so - It must be funny looking at my pictures if you’re expecting postcard/touristy images!

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  10. These are my favourites! Happy weekend lovely lady. Kellie xx

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    1. Aaaaw, thanks sweet lady - have a good one too x x

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  11. It looks like such an interesting place to see. Your photos have told your travels well. Thanks for the peek. Loved it. Xo

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    1. Certainly is! Thank you. I’m glad you’ve enjoyed the peek :)

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  12. This little guy is looking more and more like you. Such a cutie!

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    1. Hehe thank you. I agree actually and a couple of people have said that to me lately :)

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  13. Great pictures! Love seeing Copenhagen through your eyes.

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    1. Thanks Iris - pleased you’ve enjoyed them :) x

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  14. Excellent shots! I love how you make everything from a giant sandman to a simple rose look so interesting.

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  15. All the pictures have been fab. Looks like you guys had the best time! And the picture of bertie looking up at thecamera is stunning. Beautiful boy xxx

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    1. Aaaw thank sweet lady :) Glad you liked them xx

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  16. What a joy it's been, I almost feel like we came with you. Thanks so muchkerry. Have a fabulous weekend x

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    1. Thank you Janet! I’m glad they made you feel like that - hope you’re having a nice weekend xx

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  17. Love those yoga poses!

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    1. Yes, they’re great! Thanks!

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  18. Such beautiful pictures! Luv!

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  19. Love these pictures and love Copenhagen! Beautiful!

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  20. These are fricking brilliant... Bertie's leggings, the yoga poses shot (that made my lunch!) and the shot of Bertie looking up! Love it all, love the randomness too :)

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    1. Ah, thank you lovely lady! So pleased you like them - yes, lots of randomness in here!

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  21. totally love the copenhagen pics - especially love the blue bike - I'm going in December just after Christmas, preparing for a cold but pretty wintery trip! x

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    1. Thank you - oh it’ll be beautiful in the winter - enjoy yourself :)

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  22. I also saw these mugs in berlin at the dmy, so nice! but also not cheap. maybe some idea for a diy project? also love the harlequin leggins. rhombes are for me what triangles are for you, kind of :-)

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    1. Yes, I reckon they’d be a good project - they are pretty pricey! Aha - I do love a rhombus! :)

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  23. Hi I found you via instagram yesterday. Lovely blog. Wow finishing primary school is a big step for mama as well as child. Glad I stopped by. Will come back soon :)

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    1. Hello - and welcome! Thank you for your nice comment. Yes, it’s a big step for us all - scary for me, but she seems excited, so rolling with that and hiding my own fear! Come back soon! :)

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