M is from a piece of graffiti spotted in an ark at the edge of the city. N is part of a name in the sand. O is….welll….an original interpretation of the letter.
J is a piece of graffiti that appealed to me, part of the word “Jeg” which is the pronoun “I” in Danish. K was a very kool neon sign snapped on the way home from super expensive pizza. L was a labor of love from one of my boys who knew I was having trouble finding that near midpoint in the alphabet. As much as I like even numbers and round number o’clocks, I didn’t snap the pictures in alphabetical order, but as I found them merrily and cautiously making my way through a Danish year. This is why it took me some time to realize most of the letters were there, hiding in various events and birthday cake photos and other miscellany. For your perusal, J, K, and L.
It’s been some time since I’ve posted any alphabet photos. The whole family is in on the game now, and we are nearing completion. Some of those little buggers are elusive; finding a worthy G has proven troublesome. Both my sons are budding photographers who point and click with a skill that only carelessness, complete disregard for equipment and digital cameras can bring, so perhaps I will consider outsourcing. I hear it’s all the rage. Additionally, I finally sat down and organized iPhoto so that I don’t have to troll through eight months worth of photos looking for that damn picture of “K” (I know I took that picture. Yes, you know, the “K”, the night we went to that place for pizza. You know the pizza dinner that ended up costing us 1,200 DKK ? The pizza was good. No, no pizza is that good. Ah, there it is, tucked in with the zoo pictures!”).
So without further ado, D, E and F.