Outside my window the snow is falling and the lawns below are slowly getting more and more covered in white, making for a very monotone landscape. The images in today's post (taken at the beginning of the month) are also quite monotone in nature, apart from some very bright color splashes here and there.
The gray of concrete is very prominent in the Örestad area to the south of Copenhagen. It is full of new buildings that have been built in the years since the Bridge between Sweden and Denmark was opened in 2000. It is definitely not my style of architecture and I don't think I would want to live out there; it feels too lifeless, too much like a designer's playground where it is more important to draw something "cool" than somewhere that people live. Photographywise though it provides quite a few interesting locations and angles, including a parking garage like no other, where many of the images in this blogpost are taken.