Serendipity..

Hey there!

Copenhagen is probably the most beautiful, most eco-friendly and happiest city in the world (well, that's my opinion..)



Christianshavn
Nyhavn at night






































The city amazes with dynamic cafes, interesting/kind people and breath-taking architecture.



Byens Kro - cafe in the centre of CPH


Tivoli - theme park

Music, fashion, the arts in general can all be admired in the city of bicycles.



Black and white - presenting a gorgeous bicycle


Dress made of straws






And bicycles are surely the most important means of transport. The two-wheelers can be found all over the city and bike lanes were built to ease up the traffic.












Students will find Copenhagen as an inspiring and interesting city to graduate university. The Royal Library offers a composition of old and new architecture and provides a safe learning space. Beautiful parks, such as the Botanical Garden or "Kongens Have" (= King's Garden) enchant every heart.



Kongens Have


Added part of The Royal Library with riverside view

It has become my dream to live in Copenhagen one day, or even to be able to study at the university and be part of this city. Did you know that Danish people are the happiest people in the world?



Nyhavn with "dannebrog" (Danish flag)




Thank you for reading!


xx, Steph 

Nature at its best..

Hey there!

Over the 6 weeks off school I travelled to the Canarian Isles with my family for recreational holiday.











We visited "La Gomera" and "El Hierro which are less visited by tourists.




The landscape is very fertile as the islands are from volcanic origin. Farmers cultivate bananas, sweet corn, wine, exotic fruit and avocados.























Unfortunately La Gomera recently had to face severe wild fires that destroyed parts of the precious national park.





I have been to this island many times. From when I was a little child until now, I always manage to see the beauty of the place.













I hope I could give you a small impression of the island through theses shots.




Thank you for reading.

xx, Steph