Still Texel, this time the village of De Cocksdorp.
"Is this yet another misguided attempt at photographic art by Kasia Nowak?", I can hear you ask... ;-)
No, this is exactly what this structure looks like. It's not a real windmill, but a life-size surreal work of art.
More Texel art in WS.
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kevhome (78) 2014-09-03 14:52
Nice Shot - loving the exposure and color palette
Gerrit (51935) 2014-09-03 14:55
Modern dutch art and really dutch.
Very interesting object and you found a great angle to use the backlight and the setting optimal.
daddo (26534) 2014-09-03 15:42
Zdravo Kasia. Funny little note. I suppose we are all a touch misguided now and then when we act at the spur of the moment and later wonder why we took such and such a photo.Interesting work of Art, a dedication to those poor souls who cannot saw straight nor use a hammer without hitting their thumb? Not sure about the light here, for my taste too diffused but you must have been satisfied with the aura. Srdacni pozdrav i ugodna sedmica.Klaudio.
jjcordier (79297) 2014-09-03 23:22
Le concepteur de ce "moulin" avait dû abuser de la bière :) Jolie trouvaille, très bien mise en image.
lousat (89918) 2014-09-04 1:14
Hi Kasia,very original artwork dedicate to one of the symbols of Netherlands,the choice of the moment with this special warm light is a winner,and you play very well with the dark silhouette,i like the WS too.Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
CPD66 (960) 2014-09-04 4:32
loving the sepia tones through the shot, an interesting structure.
Sergiom (77485) 2014-09-04 5:58
J'aime beaucoup ce cadrage vertical à l'heure ou le soleil se couche.Cette forme ressemble étrangement à un moulin à vent même si elle à le corps d'un poste d'observation.
holmertz (51264) 2014-09-04 6:48
What I like with your photos is, among other things, that I never know what to expect. You have a refreshing lack of style :-), i.e. you are not stuck with taking basically the same photo over and over. There are such members on TE. This is a fascinating structure, made a lot more surrealistic by the almost eerie back-light. And the WS is very interesting too.
willperrett (10405) 2014-09-04 11:56
I must say, at first I thought you'd photographed a reflection and flipped the result. And I suspect that's what the creator of this wonky windmill had in mind. Your photograph is more than just a record of the object, however: the light, which creates a monochromatic effect, and the use of near-silhouette had made a graphic and "artistic" interpretation!
P.S. Thanks for doing me the honour of trawling through my back catalogue! Maybe it's a shame more of us don't do it, as there's a wealth of fine work from good people who no longer post. I'll return the favour when I've got a few hours to spare!
PiotrF (16860) 2014-09-05 5:03
W fotoszopie ciezko byloby cos takiego stworzyc, choc pewnie przy odrobinie czasu mozna przerobic w ten sposob realny wiatrak.
Nie wiedzialem o takich budowlach- dzieki za pokazanie
dkmurphys (57530) 2014-09-05 7:11
Strange but spectacular silhouette. An unusual windmill that surely captures the attention. Well taken.
Have a nice weekend.
rychem (34639) 2014-09-05 9:08
Wiatrak wygląda jak studium architektoniczne Gehry'ego, jest świetny, szczegóły nie istotne bo na tle takiego nieba wygląda doskonale
annjackman (21813) 2014-09-07 10:43
What a fabulous work of art and it is very dramatic against the yellow sky. The darker clouds at the top hold the composition together. Very well taken.
Kind Regards, Ann