Cutting up a beached sperm whale pt 2

November 5th, 2014

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strandbeached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strand

beached sperm whale, henne strandbeached sperm whale, henne strand

Turns out I had some more whale photos on another film that turned out much clearer than the first ones.

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Botany field trip, June 2014

November 3rd, 2014

plant collecting

plant collecting

plant collectingplant collecting

plant collecting

plant collectingplant collecting

plant collecting

plant collecting

plant collectingplant collecting

plant collecting

Five days in the woods collecting plants and drinking wine.

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Summer lunch at Henne Kirkeby Kro

October 31st, 2014

henne kirkeby krohenne kirkeby kro

henne kirkeby krohenne kirkeby kro

henne kirkeby krohenne kirkeby kro

henne kirkeby krohenne kirkeby kro

With my wonderful and talented friend, Karina Hunnerup back in August.

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Dissection

October 27th, 2014

dissection

dissection

dissection

dissection

dissection

dissection

dissection

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Cutting up a beached sperm whale

October 17th, 2014

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

stranded sperm whale at henne strand

Two sperm whales beached themselves in Henne Strand back in February. Dressed in waders, rain jacket and gloves I got to help cut one of them up, before going back to Copenhagen to speak at Social Media Week. It was a crazy couple of days. Covered in whale blood, exhausted and excited, this is not easy work. One of the two whales is now on display at the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen.

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