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Toilet View - Day 66


This evening I attended a networking meeting at the University of Copenhagen, where Lykke Friis was invited as a guest speaker. Very interesting - she is a very engaged speaker.

Our host told us, that the oldest house (1420) in Copenhagen - Konsistoriehuset - was within the central yard and visible from the windows of our meeting room. What an opportunity to capture the "photo of the day". It's the red brick house behind the tree.


Later the same evening I had to visit the restroom and while conducting "my task" I gazed out from the skylight window at the tower of Vor Frue church.

Both photos was captured using an iPhone 4S and post processed in LR4 - jus released today.

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