In the Barnyard.

Before you even look at these pictures I recommend putting on The Rolling Stones – Salt of the Earth.
Every time I come to Copenhagen my friend James tells me over and over that I must see the other side of the city, which I have never done because I am always focused on the inspiring fashion scene. It turns out that Fashion Week is only a small part of the culture here. So Friday after the last show I decided to take him up on his offer and ride with his bike gang, the Killer Bobbers, to the Barnyard Rumble. After an hour ride, we arrived at this charming farm to find good food, great music and a group of kind-hearted souls. We danced the night away and slept in a field under the stars. I felt this post was fitting today as I am driving up the coast of Sweden from Copehagen to the Way Out West festival, and my experience reminded me that there is something special about forging ahead into the unknown. The festival starts Friday, but I am hoping to make it there before the sun goes down and get a few pictures of Gothenburg. Here I come Sweden. – Pete



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  • Wow! These images remind me of the movie “Cry Baby,” starring Johnny Depp as a “greaser.”

    Best of luck on your journey;) If I may suggest some road trip tunes…Tom Petty’s “Time to Move On,” is a great one!

  • Thanks so much! If I get a good response, I will do a second round of photos with a surprise guest appearance from everyone’s favorite editor.

  • wow, very very cool! it’s so interesting to see bits of American culture (Kennedy sticker, FLAG) in here. I agree, Tom Petty’s songs are great to take on the road.

  • wow these are really greeat!!

  • I love love love these photos!! The old cars, playing guitar in the back of a pickup, all of it is awesome!!!

  • How totally fitting to have a mini Danish Woodstock! (albeit, without the mud and minus a few hundred thousand potheads) These photos speak like a novella. Just wonderful!!

  • Wow- I want to go there so bad, that looks like an amazing time.

  • Rachel

    Wow. 7th and 8th pictures are really cool.

  • Good times and good ol’ boys!

  • WWW

    Great photos! Very interesting! 🙂

  • as a texan, i find these both mind-boggling and amazing! a little bit of proof how far culture and fashion can spread…

  • You don’t understand how mind blown I was. Thanks.

  • Hey Pete!
    Great pics. I hope you’re doing great! And had a good time here in Denmark.


  • I love that these feel so spontaneous and great as individuals, but so perfect as a cohesive presentation.
    Very well done!