My cousins listed a number of sights we had to see if we went to Aarhus and one of them was the Frigate Jylland in Ebeltoft. Built to fight maritime battles […]
Take all the trees, put them in a tree museum… Here are some ‘Woodlands’ museums from around the world. Chestnut Grove in Ribeira Sacra, Spain. Trees in Kroller Muller Sculpture […]
A collection of weathered doors from around the world. There are some lovely weathered doors from India such as this green one with a guardian goat. A red door with a […]
A collection of weathered buildings from around the world. Building of algae-covered weathered wood in La Conner, USA. Wandering around the alleys of Vancouver. An abandoned garage in Vancouver’s Chinatown, now torn down. Some […]
A collection of small boats from around the world. Boats in the pond in the artist Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France.Boat on the Chao Phraya River during Loi Krathong in Bangkok.Waiting […]
Dutch houses are all foursquare and made of brick. You’d think that would be staid and solid, but thanks to the Dutch sense of whimsy they are anything but. Colourful shutters […]
Totem poles keeping watch over mother earth. And slowly being reclaimed by her… (Wood totem pole at Van Dusen Gardens in Vancouver, Canada.) More on the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth.
Spain has the best collection of ‘wood & metal’ doors in the world. A few months ago I did a entire post on Spanish door knobs. Here are a few […]
An old abandoned wooden church on our way home through the wilds of Oregon… More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Church.
After our fascinating stop in the weaving workshop we were enthusiastic about seeing the woodcarvers’ workshops. It was quite small compared to the weaving workshop but still very interesting. This man was carving a […]