Tuesday, 25 September 2007

IJzer-werk

De "IJzeren kaap", een baken dat vroeger gebruikt werd om te navigeren. Dit baken (nu een monument) staat buitendijks omdat de nieuwe dijk de bochten afsnijdt. s'Zomers is het een heerlijke plek om te zitten, op het gras en dichtbij de zee. Zie ook post "De IJzeren kaap".

The "Iron cape", a land-mark which was used in former days to navigate. This land-mark (now a monument) stands outside the dike because the new dike cuts off the corners. On summerdays it is a very nice place to sit, on the grass and near the sea. See also post "De IJzeren kaap".

11 comments:

dot said...

I love this picture and the one you linked us back to is probably my favorite on your blog. It's just beautiful!
Thanks for the tip you gave me yesterday. I need all the help I can get!

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Ha Dick,
De Nederlandse Eiffeltoren bij daglicht?

Antwoord:
Klopt! goed gezien de 'eenden' komen er weer (later) op :)

JoAnn :)

oldmanlincoln said...

Interesting. I am not sure what this is but it looks big.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Very interesting structure! It does look big!

Amrita said...

good shot , makes it look even more complicated and un-scalable

Anonymous said...

Hi Dick.
Mooi die nieuwe achtergrond op je blog:) JoAnn

B E 6 6 said...

Hoi Dick, Mooie foto hier hou ik erg van zulke constructie's, en je achtergrond is ook flitsend. Ik hoor graag hoe jij dat hebt gedaan.

Brian

KMF said...

intersting shot

Emery Roth II said...

Great shot! Was this built for a purpose (navigation?) or was it intended to be decorative? Coincidentally, it is a bit like the silo picture I just posted on my own blog (http://rothphotos.blogspot.com), though I had fog instead of clear, blue sky.

inspired said...

great angle you've chosen Nice 1 ;]

Sunkyoung said...

This landmark seems to have a history in it. And it is located in an perfect spot.