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Winter has finally arrived - Day 21


It's my daughters birthday today and we are going into town to have a nice dinner at restaurant Le Le. The photo of the day is yet again a local scenery from the area close to my home. Winter has finally arrived and we experienced the first snow fall today.

Earlier today we visited a fantastic photo exhibition at the Louisiana Museum. The artist the world famous photographer Andreas Gursky. Recently one of Andreas Gursky's photograph - Rhein II - was sold as the most expensive ever - I think the price was $5 mio. Seeing this photo on a web page or in a book just doesn't give it the needed justification. In real life it is a HUGE photo and then you just "see" the photo in a different way. I'm impressed with how Andreas Gursky's large color photographs encapsulate our world.

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