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size matters in Norrtälje

Norrtälje harbour offers a scalable architecture, ranging from this small fried herrings' establishment to some serious silos. See more?

Hamnplan, Norrtälje (map) 22 June 2009


Tinsie said...

That looks like the skyscraper type of silo ;-)

Halcyon said...

I like the color of the herring shop. Makes the place seem less grey.

Jacob said...

What a wonderfully composed shot! That is one hell of a silo!

Per Stromsjo said...

This was shot at the end of a misty night and that's why the silos sort of fade out of sight.

Tinsie: Pretty impressive structures. I'm sure there are some huge boats visiting this harbour now and then.

Halcyon: My thoughts precisely. Due to the fog it was a very grey morning.

Jacob: I was pretty pleased with this one too. 4AM wouldn't normally be the hour for a creative peak! ;)

Thanks all for lingering in the mist with us.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Wow, huge silos! Nice contrast in perspective.

Vogon Poet said...

Love this image and the subject: great contrast in color, shape and size.

Leif Hagen said...

Samma som surstromming i Ornskoldsvik?? Oj da! Halsningar fran Hagen

Per Stromsjo said...

I still haven't figured out what that light is which appears to be moving in an elliptical orbit at the bottom right corner. I was there, the harbour was pretty quiet at 4AM and I have no idea what we're seeing.

Buenos Aires Photoblog: Hard to miss these, that's for sure. No idea what's stored inside them.

Vogon Poet: Appreciate that.

Leif Hagen: Samma strömming som i Ö-vik fast inte jäst! :)

Thanks all.

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