CPH Pro 2013: Blog 1


Dan Z checks in from Copenhagen with these photos.



Made it


I spotted Luan Oliverira coming off my flight. He came straight from winning third at some contest in Portland


Spotted Cyril riding around


I rented my own and tossed my 40 lbs camera bag on the handlebars


Made my way down to the outdoor


Big air!


On a plastic board?


Denmark's pride, Rune Glifberg. Frontside heel


The view from the deck


PLG was killin' it!  This was the first one I shot of him trying a 360 flip mute and it's a make


Vert talk with Sam


Vert ain't just for old guys


PLG said, "Don't show my face on this rocket air."


Shane O'Neill not too excited since the airline lost his luggage, board, and all...


It's a beautiful city


Independent's own Rhino and Keith Wilson pushing around


Only to bump into Reda and Jeff Pang


"Remember Penny's treflip?" –Reda


Over and out from Christiania

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