A couple of weeks ago I went for a train ride. Can’t remember when I was on such a trip last time…….it must have been more than 15 years ago.
The reason I took the train ride was to hand over my Fujifilm X-T2 that I had sold to a guy i Roskilde (a town some 200 km from where I live).
I could have just send him the camera….but I like that the buyer can see and try the camera (or lenses) before the deal is made. And I needed some time away from home after being unemployed for some time now.
Along with the X-T2 I was selling I also brought my X-T4 and the Fujinon XF 16-55mm f/2,8. I had booked the train ticket so that I had a couple of hours in Roskilde that I could use on photo.
The train ride from Kolding (where I live) to Roskilde takes about 2 hours and brings you over 2 large bridges (The old Lillebælt Bridge and The Storebælt Bridge ) before you drive in a tunnel under the rest of Storebælt.
Roskilde is an old town with an UNESCO-listed Gothic cathedral, housing 39 tombs of the Danish monarchs but today it mostly known for the Roskilde Festival.
The harbour…or marina…was in winter mode. Not much activity down there. But still things to photograph.
Time to get some lunch. Found this burger place and had myself a nice juicy burger and fries….and a large Coca Cola 😉
Now it was time to get back home. 2 hours train ride wearing a facemask 🙂