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2009-07-20

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

8 comments:

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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