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Carlsberg Truck

Front wheel of one of the old Carlsberg trucks in Copenhagen.

Carlsberg Truck

I like these old trucks and wouldn’t it be amazing if they were still in use? Eventhough I call it a Carlsberg truck it actually branded with the other big danish beer brand Tuborg.

Tuborg used to be as popular as Carlsberg but now Carlsberg is so strongly branded all over the world. Tuborg doesn’t even have a proper website but are discussed at Wikipedia at least.

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Morris Commercial from Carlsberg, Copenhagen

This Morris Commercial almost look like its alive. Must have been a dream van in those days!

Morris Commercial

This is another car from Carlsberg’s old brewery. The place is now turned into a visitor centre with some interesting history of Carlsberg, nice Cafes and restaurants. I love the old cars they have there and would love to get them outside on the streets of Copenhagen for some photography.

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Metro Berlin

Metro Berlin is an image from one of my days in Berlin. I remember I was out testing the Canon 50mm f/1.8 taking images of Berlin for Foto Factory.

Metro Berlin

I waited at this cross close to Alexander Platz for the right moment to get a shot of the yellow metro as it was passing by. I love the shallow depth of field of the 50mm lens and the sharpness. I’m amazed what a good lens you can get for a few euro!

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Green Vauxhall

Vauxhall Image

Green Vauxhall parked on the side of the road. We saw the Vauxhall driving north on the main island in Shetland – what a lovely treat! We were on the move to capture some great landscape images but we could simply not leave this car behind without getting some images of the car.

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Red Shed on Shetland

Red Shed Image

On the top of Shetland I found this nice little rusty red shed standing all by it self on a vindy field. I jumped out of the car and got a few images before driving along the road to Norwick beach on the isle of Unst.

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Fishing Village in Devon

Tractor on Beach

Set out on the mission to find the nature of Devon we by chance ended up in this lovely fishing village situated on the 95-mile long Jurassic Coast. Beer was England’s first natural World Heritage Site with picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head. After a quick look we headed up to the nearby campsite and quickly headed down the road with our gear. It was an amazing place with a beautiful coast and some lovely fishing boats on the stony beach. It all were still in us and look very authentic and it easy to imagine how seaside life vere fifty years ago.

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