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Yesterday afternoon my wife and me went for a photo-walk in our city. While we waited for the bus, I noticed a civilian car with sirens. Its the first time while living in Copenhagen Ive seen one. We forgot to exit the bus where we had planned, so we got of at Nørreport station and started to walk towards Nørrebro. We decided to have a small dinner before starting taking photos. After we finished eating we talked for a while. We overheard some boys talking about a shooting incident which had just taken place a few kilometers away. I checked my phone. The incident was mentioned and we talked about how it sounded like it was politically motivated. We went on with our walk, taking loads of photos, not thinking or talking about what had happened. After a couple of hours we started heading home.

From late yesterday evening until now, Ive learned how the shooter moved around Copenhagen. We have probably crossed paths with him a couple of times. So while the world is talking about one mans mad doings in my city, i’ll like to share a few photos from yesterday evening quiet walk.