Two students

Our favourite Copenhagen Cafe is without doubt Cafe Paludan's. It's very special ambiance makes it very different from the many chain owned Cafe's that are so prolific in the city. Paludan Bogcafe is situated in the old jewfish quater in the heart of Copenhagen and has become a gathering point for many students. Here you're surrounded by old bookshelves, which creates a cosy, almost library-like atmosphere.  Many of the visitors bring their computer, and it's very common for people to come here to study, write papers or simply read their e-mails. These two young ladies were deeply engrossed in some problem, when in photographed them. For best viewing click on image to enlarge. Camera Nikon D7100
Our favourite Copenhagen Cafe is without doubt Cafe Paludan’s. It’s very special ambiance makes it very different from the many chain owned Cafes that are so prolific in the city.
Paludan Bogcafe is situated in the old jewish quater in the heart of Copenhagen and has become a gathering point for many students.
Here you’re surrounded by old bookshelves, which creates a cosy, almost library-like atmosphere.
Many of the visitors bring their computer, and it’s very common for people to come here to study, write papers or simply read their e-mails.
These two young ladies were deeply engrossed in some problem, when I photographed them.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera Nikon D7100
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3 thoughts on “Two students

  1. John September 5, 2014 / 7:09 am

    Nicely done shot with the bright area behind them – where are the smartphones?

    Like

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