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Between containers with graffiti

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Between some container at the end of Enghave Brygge.

Enghave Brygge is the only peninsula in the southern part of the Copenhagen harbour area (Sydhavnen) that hasn't been developed yet.

There are some fantastic graffiti walls in this area and as far as i know it legal to paint on them - go have a look before it's too late. When they start developing the area it will all be gone. Bring your camera….. and maybe a few cans of paint….

(Single exposure, shot handheld with an 8mm lens.)

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