torsdag den 1. december 2011

B/W at fotoringen


A new  B/W challenge at Fotoringen all of December.




mandag den 21. november 2011

Fun

I've tried to edit a photo using the programe PhotoScape and the result came out like this:


lørdag den 12. november 2011

Black & White

 Fotoringen : This month challenge is Black&White. Too see more pics. press on the logo.



I've joined with this photo


onsdag den 12. oktober 2011

This sunday afternoon


Coffee by the Baltic Sea


Suddenly this tired young seagull decided to join the company


mandag den 10. oktober 2011

søndag den 25. september 2011

onsdag den 7. september 2011

Fotos fra Hellig Peder/Photos from Holy Peder

The name Holy Peder is maybe originated to a monolith nearby, know one realy knows. Many locations here on Bornholm has funny names.







mandag den 29. august 2011

Some history

This is a renovated canon used in  the Napoleonic Wars from 1801 to 1814 when England attacked Bornholm. Around the island there is placed ca. 100 redoubts where lots of canons was placed in order to defend Bornholm against the enemy.





Renovated canon placed at the redoubt at Sorthat-Muleby

tirsdag den 16. august 2011

Østerlars Rundkirke/Østerlars Roundchurch



Østerlars Church is a historical building located 5 km south of Gudhjem on the Danish island of Bornholm. It is the largest and oldest of the island's four round churches. Built in about 1160, it was dedicated to St. Lawrence.[1] It consists of an apse, an oval chancel, a large round nave and has three storeys. There is evidence the church was once fortified, the top storey serving as an open shooting gallery.

The building is one of Denmark's oldest Romanesque churches. On the basis of coins dated 1157 found in the floor, the date of construction was probably around 1160. The fieldstone wall stands on foundations of Bornholm limestone. The double-arched apse bears similarities to that in Lund Cathedral. The round nave has an external diameter of 16 meters. In its centre there is a large round hollow column, six meters wide. An opening, known as the oven, leads into a small room inside the column.[3][4]
Originally there were small Romanesque windows but these were enlarged after the Reformation. During the 16th century, a number of pillars were added to support the outer wall.



The bell tower stands separately from the church in the churchyard, and the bell tower was the original entrance and gate tower.

fredag den 15. juli 2011




I will also try to design a room, so here is my proposal. It's called cave.
Find it here and please vote for me.

http://design.radissonblu.com/dk/user/Knud-Erik/3529.html

mandag den 11. juli 2011

Slusegård vandmølle/Watermill

Slusegårds Vandmølle er fra begyndelsen af  1800 tallet. Både naturen og bygningerne er fredet.

The Watermill is from the early 1800 century. Both the nature and the buildings are protected.