Tuesday, November 23, 2010

bowing into the earth

6 comments:

Floating World Projects said...

I'm really loving all of your photographs of Denmark. I've never been there but it looks like a beautiful country!

renilde said...

That red house really belongs in a fairy-tale.

szaza said...

Thank you so much, Floating World Projects! It is a beautiful country.

It does Renilde, doesn't it?

Anja Dalby said...

It is so nice to follow you around in my lovely little country. It is always funny to see your home through others eyes. And yes it is cold here. Maybe there is also snow where you are now? Here in Jutland, we are covered with it.

stress1971 said...

The red house is called Henner Friisers House and houses Middelfart Museum today. The house is from the 14th century quite unique in Middelfart. Henner Friiser was the local ferry-man and there's a lot of history in his trails...

szaza said...

Thank you, Anja! I left on the day after the snow started— now I am in a much warmer Istanbul.

Thank you for the information, stress1971, it's a lovely little museum— I loved the slanting rooms and bowing beams, it still felt like a home, though it's a museum.