Monday, October 6, 2008

Broer som binder/ Bridges between

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Barn bridges:

Some are still in use, some not :-)

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For more Bridges, visit Rune at Visual Norway

24 comments:

  1. An excellent pair of contrasting examples!

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  2. Beautiful bridges - you have really caught the essence of rural "development" in Norway. As Hyde DP says:Nice contrasts.

    PS Thank you for the comment - finally back from an autumn holiday.

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  3. There are a lot of old barns in my area, but I've never seen a barn bridge. Interesting photos

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  4. Ivar: I think I'll stay off that second bridge, it looks unstable. LOL

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  5. A lovely pair of photos! I love old wood, so even the collapsing bridge looks good to me! I've never seen that sort of construction before.

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  6. Jøss så flott da gitt.
    Gamle låvebroer..., som minner denne damen om "gamle" dager med kyss, klapp og klem på en låve oppi dalen her :-) gud så sjenert en var...

    Kjempe bidrag!!

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  7. I have never seen this type of bridge employed on any barns here in the Midwest where I live. It makes sense to have them as it eliminates the very large metal hooks to hoist up hay off the hay wagons.

    Nice shots to Ivar.

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  8. Beautiful! Much character in those old buildings. Love that Weathered wood.

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  9. Jeg har tenkt på broer i alle forbindelse, og sett etter varianter over alt. Men låvebro kom jeg ikke på en gang. Så stilige varianter du har funnet fram til da, sjø (.. trener på trøndersk nå). Og sjekk de låveveggene da. All den fine grå materialen. Pass godt på de så ikke de "Rustne jentene" i Trøndelag stikker av med de.

    Nå gleder jeg meg til den første mandag i hver måned for Brobyggerne har alltid så mye spennende på lur. Dette likte jeg. :-)

    Tenk at du har besøkt broen som jeg har presantert denne måneden. Lurer på om noen av de andre Brobyggerne har det.....

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  10. You have a beautiful blog and of your recent posts I liked the frozen series a lot.

    By the way, thanks for visiting and leaving a comment on our blog

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  11. I love barns and I am glad you featured them today. BTW, I added you to my blogroll.

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  12. Let me guess - the last one is "less" traveled?
    Good shots!
    Cheers, Klaus

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  13. Flotte bilder og bidrag til broene.
    Sånne motiver du viser her er ypperlige til HDR.

    Jeg vurderte å slenge broen min med på odd shots også, jeg har tatt bilde på 10mm så broen ser ute som ormen lange. :)

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  14. Flotte brobilder! Låvebroa er ei skikkelig bro, daglig brukt i maaange år! FLOTT!

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  15. Låvebroer, ja! Det hadde jeg ikke tenkt på når det gjelder broer... men det er jo like fullt en bro:)

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  16. Wonderful post for Bridges Between. I totally FORGOT! OOPS!

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  17. Hus treng folk og folk treng hus, er det ikke slik det går i melodien?
    In a norwegian song we sing: House needs people og people needs houses.

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  18. I have seen barns with a door at the loft level but never a bridge from them before now. Great post! Love the two contrasts in the photos.

    Drop by and see mine.

    I also left a comment on your frozen flowers below.

    Paulie

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  19. Ivar, If ever I'll have a house, I would love to place a bridge in it! Whether it's like that on the front of a door like a castle or even in my garden! It gives me the feeling of enormousness of space and it is very nice to look at! Love your shots!

    Steven^^

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  20. That's very interesting - and, of course, very beautiful.

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  21. Nyyyyydeligt! En gang så utrolig vikig bro og hos noen er det det enno. Vakkert!

    Om du titter inn til meg så ligger det en award å venter på deg helt uten forpliktelse;)

    Ha det kos:)

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  22. I don't know why but I love Barn photographs... Great captures.

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  23. OOps, I guess that one isn't!

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  24. I love looking at old barns. (The country girl in me coming out.) I have never seen or heard of bridges like that. Thanks for the education. :-)

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