The photograph, if taken from the same position in daylight, is far more recognisable as the buildings beside the harbour are brightly painted. With the muted colours of a night-time photograph it becomes a little more challenging to identify Nyhavn, a waterfront district of bars, cafes and restaurants in the Danish capital Copenhagen.
As I am away and can’t guarantee Internet access this post has been pre-scheduled. This means the list above my not be complete. If you posted your answer after 9:00pm [BST] Monday 27th August then your name will not be included above. Rest assured though it will be mentioned in the following “Where in the World…” post.
This week’s distorted city photograph is of one of any number typical views of the city.
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