Photoblog > Scaffolding

Posted on March 2, 2008 by Wim

The seventeenth century Wijnhuistoren (‘Wine house tower’) in the center of Zutpehn needs some restauration so it is slowly hidden by metal poles and boards.
The modern lantern looks like a bird about to fly off.

Scaffolding

On this day in history

  • In the Lot LXXXI
  • Castle
  • Town Hall
  • Mirror
  • Marquette
  • Exhibition II
  • Birches
  • Pines
  • Window

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By Philine on Sunday, March 2, 2008 at 09:33

Mostly the houses which have to be covered in scaffolding (like our one since months) look ugly, but this one looks lovely because of the tender silhouettes of the iron rods towering up into the bright, blue sky! A graphic pic again! Nice are the other, mostly vertical, lines: the “bird’-lantarn, the green directions- post -in order the tourists don’t lose their way (naar St. Janskerk…)- and the row of old houses, each one is different in Old Holland, at the Groenmarkt.

By Philine on Sunday, March 2, 2008 at 11:48

Today: Bluemarket! For: “Spring displays His ribbon blue/
fluttering through air’s expanses…” (Mörike, translated today by VZ, SC-Blog)

By Harry on Sunday, March 2, 2008 at 22:03

I like this silouetted poles against the bright blue sky. The man standing on the scaffold adds a dynamic feel to the photo.

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