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This is on your right just before you arrive at the Belle Center via the metro. We have no idea what it is but it looks pretty cool.

Kodiak Greenwood

This is on your right just before you arrive at the Belle Center via the metro. We have no idea what it is but it looks pretty cool.


A Lens-Eye Look at COP15

More Photos from Operation Copenhagen’s First Few Days


Sunday, December 13, 2009

The first week of COP15 is complete and Operation Copenhagen is taking a much needed break to rest up and re-charge before the real work begins again on Monday. With Heads of State from all over the world slated to start arriving- including rumors of President Obama popping in- the next few days going to make or break whether or not a new climate deal gets done in Copenhagen. In the mean time, sit back and enjoy some of Kodiak Greenwood’s images from the past few days in the trenches. A health food eating machine that can fall asleep on command, this Big Sur native is an artist of the highest degree. Enjoy.

By Kodiak Greenwood

Riding the “flood” of people on his raft outside of the Parliament building this guy would wipe out and get right back up and do it again.

By Kodiak Greenwood

The sign and the haircut says it all.

By Kodiak Greenwood

Signs of the times.

By Kodiak Greenwood

A better view of the masses outside the Parliament building on Saturday morning before the real show started.

By Kodiak Greenwood

And the march is on. Next stop the Bella Center.

By Kodiak Greenwood

Watching the detectives watching the protesters. They say more than 70% of Denmark’s police force are currently on assignment here in Copenhagen. During Saturday’s march the police presence was everywhere yet also oddly invisible. I caught 3 different undercover officers dressed as activists during the march.

By Kodiak Greenwood

Sunspots? Solar flares? Weird dots from too much time in the bright lights of the Bella Center? Nope, just your average psychedelic COP15 sign.

By Kodiak Greenwood

The is the Google Earth exhibition booth. It has eight large plasma screens all synced together and waiting for you tell it where to fly — on land or under water, anywhere in the world. Kodi thinks we should use it to find pirate treasure.

By Kodiak Greenwood

Just your every day, spooky candles under a tree scene on the side of the road during a march with 100,000 people.

By Kodiak Greenwood

There is a fine line between a well-behaved and an out-of-control protest when there are 100,000 people involved and fires burning in the streets.

By Kodiak Greenwood

After a long day of protesting, even an incredibly crowded metro is a good place to sleep.

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