The Boathouse – Hafslo

Dette båthuset fotograferte jeg under et besøk i Hafslo i Sogn, og selvsagt er det gammelt! Hvem vet om det vil flytte seg litt under de neste vinterstormene?
Og ser man på fundamenteringen så skal det kanskje ikke så mye til? Men jeg sitter igjen med et inntrykk om at vannstanden må ha vært vesentlig høyere for omkring 100 år siden?

This boathouse I photographed on an earlier visit to Hafslo in Sogn, and, of course, it’s old! Who knows whether it will stand up to the next winter storms?
Looking at the foundation, however, it certainly won’t take much to upset things?
But – I’m left with an impression that the water level must have been significantly higher
something like a 100 years ago?
(Compliments of SRB)

Please return me to INDEX for a new destination.


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4 Responses to The Boathouse – Hafslo

  1. Seenorway says:

    I’m not using Lightroom nor Photoshop, but I do have a ‘straightner’ 🙂
    I try to keep my horizon straight when it comes to the oceans, but I find it a bit hard to follow through wherever there is water. If you insist on a level horizon where ever there’s water, you’re bound to get some fancy hills and mountains instead. 🙂

  2. Lovely location. A straight horizon would be nice 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      I’m sure! 🙂 However, this is an inland lake that curves down to your left.
      Instead I balanced the picture according to the line of the roof of the boathouse.
      Sometime choices must be made. Sorry if you feel I made the wrong one?

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