Water Wheel

The Old Mill Pond

Water Wheel, 1843, Den Gamle By (Old Town), Aarhus, Denmark

A working water wheel, built in 1843 at Den Gamle By (Old Town) in Aarhus, Denmark.

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In The Eye of the Beholder

Bright, Shiny Object

Antique copper funnel, Den Gamble By (Old Town), Aarhus, Denmark

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Spiky Squares #24

Spiky Silhouette

Sunset, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Join Becky’s month of Spiky Squares: Spiky #24. Two rules. Must be Spiky somehow; there is a wide range of interpretations. The photo must be square. Thanks, Becky for another inventive challenge.

An Eye for an Eye

Don’t Look A Gift Horse in the Eye

Carriage Horse, Royal Stables, Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Royal Brick Gothic

It’s All in the Bricks

Roskilde Cathedral (Roskilde Domkirke) was the first Gothic cathedral constructed of brick, a style which spread throughout Northern Europe. The building was built in the 12th and 13th centuries. The Cathedral has been the last resting place of Danish monarchs since the 15th century.

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Windows for the Soul

Inside Looking In

Inside the priory of Our Lady Church, Aarhus, Denmark

Looking from a hallway into one of the rooms in the Vor Frue Kloster (Our Lady’s Priory), part of the  Vor Frue Kirke  (Our Lady Church) complex in Aarhus, Denmark. I couldn’t tell the purpose of the room from the brief glimpse through the slotted window. The priory was built by the Dominicans in 13th century.

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