Thursday, June 14, 2007

To the Sea



It's been pretty dull and gray here for most of the week, so here's one from the archive. Every once in a while you can get an idea of what the dutch landscape (waterscape?) might have looked like in an earlier century, like in this view from the Muiderslot castle, located just outside of Amsterdam.
The blurriness (is that a word?) of the above (unaltered) photo seemed slightly reminiscent of a painting, so below is a "fun with photoshop" moment.

6 comments:

Nathalie said...

I am really curious of the ship's masts leaning to the right. Do you know why? Looks like it's not only the masts but the whole ship.

Were they cleaning the ship's hull at the waterline on the port side?

How often would such a beautiful tall rigger like this one visit Wassenaar?

Abraham Lincoln said...

A nice photograph of a glory now almost gone. I like the photo at the top and the other is OK too.

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Chris & Deb said...

what a gorgeous work of art!

Jilly said...

What a beautiful boat. This is a lovely scene. Thankyou.

Karola&Pamp said...

Lovely photo. And this ship/boat looks perfect.
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R&R in The Netherlands said...

Thanks for the comments and AL's tip. Nathalie, I'm not sure why the ship is tilting ... it is the whole ship. That was as close as we could get but I'm not aware of any work being done while we were there. It appeared that it was just the way the ship was moored.
--R&R