torsdag den 7. oktober 2010

Thy´s Day # 28

Red brick - probably the most beautiful, Danish building material

Egebaksande (1862)
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10 kommentarer:

Rayna M. Iyer sagde ...

I love exposed brick, and Danish exposed brick seems even nicer than the Indian one.

....Petty Witter sagde ...

How beautiful. What is the building?

Margot Kinberg sagde ...

Dorte - That brick really is beautiful! Thanks for sharing this.

Dorte H sagde ...

Rayna: perhaps that is something about the climate?

Tracy: actually it is just a large farm, but the first owner must have loved embellishing the buildings because the style is quite unique for Thy.

Margot: I think the architect must have read a fairy tale or two.

Linda P sagde ...

Dorte - you always come up with the unexpected! Thank you for this
photo of the brick built, castellated farmhouse!

Dorte H sagde ...

Linda: as I have seen so many of your excellent photos, your praise means a lot to me! I really try to see Thy through new eyes when I choose pictures for my Thursday feature.

Kelly sagde ...

I hope you realize you are nourishing my love of architecture with your "Thy's Day" entries.

This one is fascinating!

Dorte H sagde ...

Kelly: how kind of you to say so!

Clarissa Draper sagde ...

I love these posts - photos beautiful. But, what is Thy's Day?

CD

Dorte H sagde ...

Clarissa: Thy is the area I live in so instead of Thursday I have named it Thy´s day.