Saturday, 17 January 2015

PT CCLXXXVI ~ Architecture


Beautiful banner by Belita and great theme by Benni.

This part of our house is the oldest - its the old stables.
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The preschool building of the small community of Råå that lies south of my hometown of Helsingborg.
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The entrance to the Maritime Museum of Helsingör, the city that lies across from Helsingborg on the Danish side of the Öresund.
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11 comments:

  1. Hi, Anders! Quite a lot of variety in your shots, I like that. The entrance to the museum is awesome, clean straight lines and very modern. The preschool also has great lines. I think I see a reflection of the sea in one of the windows. A very unusual building. My favorite is the old stable building, fresh in the spring light with yellow tulips and a blue door. Wonderful shot.

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  2. Some clean cut typical Scandinavian architecture, plain and simple but effectual.

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  3. Amazing architecture, Anders! The museum is so interesting with all the different angles and the long sloping walk ways.

    Your house is so charming!

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  4. hej hej anders, lovely ancient cottage

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  5. Hi Anders!! Lovely shots for Benni's theme. Really nice first shot. Is that part of the main house or is it used for storage or a workshop, perhaps? Very unusual design in the second shot. If you had not said what it was, my guess would have been a factory of some kind!! It certainly doesn't look like any school building I've seen before!! Great shot of the museum to finish.

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    1. Thanks Mitch - the first shot shows the small cottagelike stable lies adjacent to the main building.

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  6. Hi Anders! Nice shots... love the simplicity in the top photo contrasting with the amazing architecture in the others,

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