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Chilled summer living in Copenhagen

Anya Jensen5th July 2016

Even though the summer is having a bit of a laugh here in good old Denmark – by literally drenching us on a daily basis, I still love Summer and the long bright days, and mild and warm evenings ( if only it would only stop raining).

However – summer still means garden life, and chilling out outside, in a cozy chair or on a soft blanket, reading  books, drinking coffee, or even better, having a nap in the sunshine. It is the epitome of chilled summer living, and I love that feeling of sunshine on my nose and relaxation on the highest level.

Anya Jensen Photography

This year we are having a staycation in Denmark, and I can’t wait to relax with my family, and explore our own country. Sometimes the best things in life are right under your own nose, and all it takes is a bit of time and to open your eyes, and have a look at all of the beautiful stuff – right there, available for you.

Happy July everyone. Hope you have a fun summer ahead of you. Let me know what you are up to – would love to hear everyone’s plans and ideas for the summer. Also, keep coming back and checking in. We have some fun excursions lined up.


If you are visiting Copenhagen, why not take a look at our Copenhagen miniguide – absolutely perfect if you are visiting our capital. Or – if you fancy a good old flea market – I have found the best ones in Copenhagen – right here. ENJOY!!!



Comments (4)

  • Sanne

    6th July 2016 at 08:38

    Hvor ser der lækkert ud Anya – ville bare ønske at det ville sholde op med al den regn. Det er jo vildt!!


    1. Anya J

      8th August 2016 at 16:41

      Ja sommeren har været en våd en kan man vist sige – stadig våd nu 🙂

  • Signe

    5th July 2016 at 19:55

    Lovely picture – really love the textiles.


    1. Anya J

      8th August 2016 at 16:41

      Thanks Signe – stunning aren’t they 🙂

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