Photographer's Note

Kongens Lyngby is a small city on the north edge of the Copenhagen metropolitan area. It is home to the Technical University of Denmark and lies within commuting distance of downtown Copenhagen. The population is about 50,000. A set of three lakes lie to the west: Lyngby S, Bagsvaerd S, and Fures. The first of these is immediately to the west of Lyngby and one can enjoy a pleasant, scenic walk or cycle around it.

The Lyngby S drains to the resund, the strait that separates Denmark from Sweden. It is roughly ten km from the S to the coast. The river is dammed in places to form ponds and on these ponds long ago mills were established. This setting is one of the early locales for industrialization in Denmark, well ahead of the invention of the steam engine.

The mill ponds are still in existence. The entire waterway from the Lyngby S to the resund is bordered by a greenbelt with multiuse trails that allow for biking and hiking. In Danish, the area is called Mlledalen. I don't know how to translate that.

This photo was shot from along the Mlledalen, near the small town of Brede on the outskirts of Lyngby about halfway between the Lyngby S and the resund.

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  • Copyright: William Nazaroff (BilboCA) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 115 W: 115 N: 136] (734)
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