• If you did Post production I would maybe have removed this. - M aka Marcello
  • I think this adds to the image... - Brett Johnson Photography
  • No, he shouldn't. This green wheel was one of the most innovative and playful parts of Roskilde's "Green Footsteps" campaign - fits the photo perfectly anyway. - Thorm08
  • I think the foot adds balance here.
    and it must have been placed there
    to have meaning and could mean
    more to those who really know about the place and have memories about it. - mungkey

The Green Wheel at Roskilde Festival 2009

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I'm going to loosen up a bit on a stupid principle of mine, always posting all photos from the same event together and chronologically here on Flickr. Following that principle I end up almost never posting some of my photos, and I can always order the photos in sets later anyway. So here's a shot from Sunday night on Roskilde Festival 2009 - and without feeling any obligation to post the rest of the festival photos before I post something else:-)...

The Green Wheel was a new attraction on the festival. A 30m tall Ferris Wheel giving you a very nice view over Orange Stage and the field in front of it. Of course I've got photos of the view from top of it too - I'll post 'em some other day...

racedk, interstate, kwiat, valbonna, and 49 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Character A 52 months ago | reply

    it looks crazy

  2. kyle strayer 52 months ago | reply

    really cool photo. the colors are awesome.

  3. Jass PH 52 months ago | reply


  4. M aka Marcello 52 months ago | reply

    Love the long exposure effect. Nicely done! FAV

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  5. Jan Bakker 52 months ago | reply

    It's a beautiful diversion from principle!

  6. Lapscause 52 months ago | reply

    very nice shot

  7. Danmarks Rockmuseum 52 months ago | reply

    Beautifull picture! It says so much about Roskilde Festival today! great!

  8. stevenbley 52 months ago | reply

    this is awesome.

  9. daniel-jones 52 months ago | reply

    this is great :]

  10. Robert Bruce Murray III // Sort Of Natural 49 months ago | reply

    love the balance.. stunning composition

  11. davidkmr 49 months ago | reply

    Those lights are soooo beautiful.. great shot

  12. Price Engines 35 months ago | reply

    Another great shot.

    I borrowed it to illustrate a blog post about a 19 yr olds invention that makes solar panels 40% more efficient.

    Here's a link to your photo in situ:

    Thanks for sharing - Jonathan.

  13. Andy Salas 27 months ago | reply

    oo nostalgia Roskilde <3

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