Today a little variation is added into the corona mix. Nothing wild. Just deciding to take an early morning walk in the neighbourhood to start the work day instead of moving from the bedroom straight to the office room, aka sofa, at the break of the dawn.
Sønder Boulevard bathing in morning sun, quiet streets and beautiful strokes of spring everywhere.
Walking towards Glyptoteks Have – there is a bolted gate, Rodin’s The Thinker trapped inside along with a patch of spring and precious works of art. Who knows what goes on in the mind of The Thinker these days?
Crossing the street to one of the busiest avenues in Copenhagen – H.C. Andersen boulevard. It is devoid of cars – apart from a few lone riders here and there, the jam packed, noisy and polluted boulevard is totally silent.
The city looks both so eery in the silence that has fallen over it and ever so charming – glowing even brightly in the sun without the usual buzz of the traffic, of the pedestrians and of the tourists.
Cruising around, the steps lead us back to our hood – Vesterbro, where the cherry trees are starting to bloom and spread a pink veil all over Sønder Boulevard. It is a beautiful start of the day.
Photos © Ani Movsisyan & Andreas Eriksen