When something awakens, it's difficult not to mention it at every possible opportunity. In my case, this is the case with Israel's Square in Copenhagen, about which I wrote here many times. In addition to a great planning and design project that makes this place extremely functional, and life is buzzing here at almost any time of the day and the year, it's just something. Something that makes it difficult for me to leave this place. Something that makes me always go there every time I'm in Copenhagen - buy good coffee (yes, with oat or rice milk), cinnamon or coconut cake in the next market hall, sit on the stairs (or rather steps) and just stare at people and at what's happening in the square. And a lot is happening! On weekdays, the square becomes a playground for children from a nearby school. There is one big babel, but if someone likes junior gymnastic shows (sometimes introducing me in a daze!), I sincerely recommend. In the afternoons and on weekends there are street musicians, beginner bands, or flea markets with really great Danish design. At lunchtime, it's hard to get a scrap of free space here. Even on slightly colder days, the inhabitants almost occupy this place. And in all these people there is such naturalness and spontaneity that it is sometimes awkward for me to reach for the camera. I feel a bit like an intruder who came in uninvited for a family party.
City squares are my great passion and I've already visited a lot of them, but the Israel's Square in Copenhagen is still in my lead.