11 January 2010

Bundled and Focused

Bitter bitter cold requires toasty bundled-upness.
And the ever-present Copenhagen wicker basket.

Oh, and do check out my new favourite blog. Classic Copenhagen. Another side of this groovy town.


Sandra Høj said...

Oh, I can not get my arms down. Thank you for the huge honor. I shall do my very best to entertain you.


Anonymous said...

I can't seem to find your contact info on the page, maybe because the bike counter overlaps some of the other elements, but how do I go about buying your stuff?

I am awfully taken by the picture of the girl walking her bike across a zebra crossing which looks the striping is being blown away by the wind, some yellow markings in the top right corner. (I forgot to bookmark it and your flickr page takes ages to browse through, but I figure you know the one I'm talking about.)

I can see why can't sell high rez, but a poster would be nice too.

By the way, there's a typo on your page. Almost at the bottom, it says "Værd at læs".

Kind regards

Anonymous said...

Forgot to metion: the picture in question is bird eye perspective.


Ulrike said...

Despite the very cold weather I envy the Copenhageners being able to cycle even now.
Here the bike lanes look like the snow-covered strip next to the bike lane itself on your photos.
I guess I will have to wait until March before it will be possible cycling again here. :-((

Svanna H. Joensen said...

Hola Michael
I´m not cycling this month, cph is too fu..... cold :o/
Anyways I´m writing you because your blog is mentioned in The New York Times - not bad :o)



Anonymous said...

Geez, you people think that's riding in cold weather? They would have to be dressed up a little more to ride where I live, and even then, those who do are unlikely to be able to tolerate riding farther or much faster than I can walk. Me, as much as I ride when it's above 0 deg Celsius, in winter, if I can't walk it, I bus it even on Ottawa's laughable public transit system. I have no intention of killing myself on ice or slushy streets, or of dying from pneumonia.

Cute pictures, though.

Mikael said...

scroll farther down to see snowstorm photos. when you have a couple hundred thousand citizens cycling in snowstorms and down to -20 C weather, you'll realise you're no viking. :-)

Anonymous said...

Ah well, I'm spanish from Seville and I've been there riding while it was snowing, and after snow. It wasn't bad at all (actually LOVED it). If you have good winter clothes, it's still much faster than walking and it prevents you from getting ugly stuff (colds, pneumonia) :-) :-) :-) So there's no reason to stop cycling if you really want to! :-)