Tag Archives: Denmark

Graceful Danish bicycle bridges


Above and below are both photographs and/or artist’s renderings of some of the graceful and stylish bicycle bridges that can be found in Denmark. While these bridges may not have the dynamic boldness of those posted previously from the Netherlands, … Continue reading

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Heartache expressed in song


Every now and then a certain song comes along that reaches out and tugs at your heart the moment you first hear it.  Several examples of such emotional songs that I can think of include: “Yesterday” by The Beatles “The Way … Continue reading

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This is more like it! “Observator” by the Raveonettes


Had a first listen to the newest album by Denmark’s Raveonettes this evening. The entire album can be heard via this weblink to Rolling Stone. An EP released by the band earlier this year had disappointed me, partially because it … Continue reading

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Not so sweet of a Danish EP treat


In 2011, I “raved” about the Raveonette’s new release entitled Raven in the Grave. It was a superior record that captivated the listener. Needless to say, I was excited when the Danish duo announced the release of a new EP in April … Continue reading

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The Danish carbon footprint diet – cycling


Most of us have heard of the Hollywood diet, the South Beach diet, and many other trendy weight reduction plans. Well, in Denmark, they are showing the rest of us how easy, fun, and healthy it is to go on a carbon … Continue reading

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