Image: Theodor Philipsen, Late Autumn Day in the Jægersborg Deer Park, North of Copenhagen (1886). Oil on canvas
3 packed bags sit in the corner of my room as I write this post. I want to say that my room is still awash with vacuum seal bags, various piles of clothing (from the this-is-a-must-pack-item-even-though-I-didn’t-wear-it-once pile to the I-bought-these-items–here-and-feel-wasteful-if-I-don’t-bring-them-home-even-though-I-barely-have-space pile), and way too many souvenirs– that I still have plenty of hurdles to jump and to-dos to cross off before my departure from Copenhagen. But that isn’t true. My room is depressingly empty, a majority of my roommates have made their way home, and it’s somehow gotten to be 4 AM. I also wish I could go ahead and make this my concluding reflection post, but I think that will have to come later. In the meantime, enjoy some film capturing the chapter of my life that I will soon be closing in T-5 hours. ❤
Olympus Infinity Zoom 76 AF. CineStill 800T. Lab developed.
Botanical Gardens, Copenhagen
Jeg elsker København.
xoxo– olivia! 🙂