18 March 2009

Wordless Wednesday (March 18)

Roofline in Brugge

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Sherry 3/18/09, 6:52 AM  

That's an interesting photo.

Robin 3/18/09, 7:05 AM  

Look at all those different angles!

Kelly (AKA bookfool) 3/18/09, 7:45 AM  

That's a very nice photo...I wonder what the roof tiles are made of? They seem to be concave instead of the convex type the houses have here in California. (Wife of builder...I notice this weird stuff)

Sandy Nawrot 3/18/09, 7:48 AM  

It looks like Europe...

Beth F 3/18/09, 7:52 AM  

Kelly: I too am "wife of builder" thus the interest in scenes such as this!! I don't really know anything about the roof tiles of Brugge!

bermudaonion 3/18/09, 7:58 AM  

I'm beginning to think you loved Brugge. Great photo as always.

fraizerbaz 3/18/09, 8:43 AM  

Makes for an interesting shot! (I have a fear of heights, so I wouldn't see this otherwise.)

Dorte H 3/18/09, 8:50 AM  

Beth, I can see that you visited me before I had time to tell you I had awarded your blog :) I posted in a bit of a hurry before running off to work, and planned to tell my nominees afterward, but you had already found it.

Fantastic photo as usual; I love these old tiles.

Steven @ Green Dads 3/18/09, 8:58 AM  

Before I saw the title my first thought was the roofs and tiles looked Asian in style.

Liz 3/18/09, 9:14 AM  

The roof tiles look almost like the scales on a fish, very interesting!

june 3/18/09, 9:21 AM  

Great lines and angles!

Alvis 3/18/09, 9:22 AM  

I trying to imagine the tiles as the vibrant red or orange they must have been when they were first laid.

Tricia 3/18/09, 9:34 AM  

I love the roof lines. All the angles keep your eye moving.

In answer to your question on my blog, the first one was optimized because it was a little over exposed but the other two weren't.

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Mojo 3/18/09, 9:35 AM  

there's a great sense of the whimsical in this. A randomness that's very appealing. (If not especially structurally sound.)

Gabriel 3/18/09, 10:33 AM  

Sigh... I was supposed to be flying to Belgium this Saturday (and I was going to go to Antwerpen and Brugge). But instead, I'm being sent to... Wichita, Kansas! :-)

My job is always interesting...

Thanks for dropping by!

Louise 3/18/09, 11:23 AM  

I love that image and the twisted angles. Great image!

JMom 3/18/09, 11:44 AM  

Nice composition. I love the dueling pitches :)

Stan 3/18/09, 11:45 AM  

I love architectural pictures like this. Nice shot.

Life Ramblings 3/18/09, 11:52 AM  

cool picture. happy WW!

Sheila 3/18/09, 12:26 PM  

Interesting composition!

stacybuckeye 3/18/09, 2:21 PM  

Love it! Makes me want to travel :)

Nely 3/18/09, 2:32 PM  

Great picture! You can always make the simplest things look fantastic in your pictures.

4 Lettre Words 3/18/09, 3:19 PM  

Love the contrast with the beautiful blue sky!!

Liza 3/18/09, 3:31 PM  

i remember our old house, we had red roof tiles.

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lareine 3/18/09, 3:45 PM  

a "natural" collage of tiles and colors! ... brugge is really a lovely place to visit:)...

Melody 3/18/09, 7:59 PM  

Very interesting! You always capture the most intriguing angle!

Alice Teh 3/19/09, 1:42 AM  

Interesting! I look back at all your WW posts and see lots of interesting play with composition. :)

Cathy 3/19/09, 3:18 AM  

Don't look now, but you've gotten another award!

Nicole 3/19/09, 5:36 PM  

Great visual. It reminds me of Escher.

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