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Day 1, 25km./15 miles: Copenhagen Main Square to thoughts and sketches about the Camino de Santiago
When nature is gone, corridors can connect the last standing islands for a better future
Sustainable architecture in the old days, watercolor study
A handfull of sketches from a 5 days hike to an island in the Baltic Sea
A few watercolors from a hike along the Northcoast trail in Denmark
Tree sketch from a hike through a coastal forest today, and the finished color illustration
Through the way it look, the koala bear can help save the forests and a lot of the species living in them
+20 Watercolors of people passing by me on the streets in Copenhagen
Creating change is hard because we all stick together in ways that make it hard to move individually without breaking the patterns
How would we look if we were born with our own fur, sketching the perfect outdoor garment?
Wonderings about the difference between watercolors and HD filming with sophisticated gear
Watercolor study of three different Tropical frogs, Sketches by Frits Ahlefeldt
Dreaming back to when I spent my days painting watercolors in the streets of Copenhagen
Illustration of a yellow bus with a lot of families living on multible decks
Watching people passing by in Copenhagen, sketches in ink and watercolors
Sketching elephants to learn more about them (sitting in the Royal Danish Library with stacks of wildlife books)
Drawing, wondering about the dynamics in the Public Domain, threatened species and our shared ressources
Watercolors I make on the streets as people walk around here in Copenhagen, and I spot some great characters.
A few drawings from today in Copenhagen, Denmark, sketching people on the streets
Out hiking again on Bornholm, in the Baltic Sea. Now on the “Sacred Rocks.” North-East side. Packed down my tent and arrived here on these ancient (+1 billion years) old granite rocks early in the morning. And as I am up in Scandinavia the sun rise across the Baltic Sea, and hit these coastal rocks […]
Watercolor impressions from a hike to Bornholm, Denmark.