Matthew and Camilla were hired to photograph runners as they dashed through several Copenhagen landmarks and structures. Some of them well known, some of them not so.
We need to meet up at 7:30, though the race starts at 9:00. I must admit, I’m not a morning person and this frightens me a bit on a Sunday morning after spending a cozy evening with friends.
“I tell you what!” Matthew replies.”We meet at 7:30 outside the Dansk Arkitektur Center and go for breakfast straight after. We’ll be done just in time for 9:00!” It’s a deal.
We ate our breakfast at the Hotel SP34 in Studiestræde. This cozy hotel would be a nice place to stay if I was a stranger in Copenhagen.
As we biked back to the expo of the DAC Arkitekturløb I admit to Matthew that these early mornings in the heart for Copenhagen are my favourite moments in the city, because it’s less crowded and you get a feeling of how the city is slowly waking.
It’s 9 am and the run starts out. We followed the runners on bikes and went to see some of the most iconic and architectural pearls without any tourists – besides a lot of runners in spandex and colourful clothing.
Just another brilliant job in our lovely city; Wonderful Copenhagen.
Camilla (and Matthew)