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Dag 130 - 131: Ulvedalene & en fugl




Den 27. maj var vi i Ulvedalene i Dyrehaven for at se Det Kongelige Teater's stort opsatte udendørs teater stykke - De Tre Musketerer. Det havde regnet meget i de foregående dage, og vi var rigtig bekymrede for vejret, idet vi også havde kunder med til arrangementet. Men som på bestilling, så klarede det op kort før vi skulle ind og spise på Pill & Co og da forestillingen startede, var der ikke en sky på himlen.

Selve forestillingen foregik i nogle flotte kulisser og den fulde 3D oplevelse tilførte et positivt element til teater oplevelsen. Personligt syntes jeg, at dialogen var forfriskende og direkte morsom mange steder, hvilket var med til at gøre stykket og skuespillerne mindre selvhøjtidelige. Alt i alt en positiv oplevelse.

Det eneste jeg ikke var tilfreds med var, at vi ikke måtte fotografere. Jeg havde netop taget mit 70-200mm f/2.8 objektiv med for at skyde nogle spændende nærbilleder. Jeg har svært ved at forstå hvad problemet er, når det nu er til personligt brug og der ikke anvendes flash.

Hvis der er en læser der kan give mig en god forklaring på, hvorfor fotografering til forestillinger og koncerter er forbudt, så vil jeg gerne høre den.

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