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29 April 2009

Roskilde Domkirke, Denmark: Wednesday Wordless and Wordful

While in Denmark, my DH decided to try his skill at being a photographer (I am not claiming he is any good), rather I am questioning his material. Definitely click on the photo to see it better. Update: DH just said, "I do go strange sometimes when I have a camera in a place filled with things I have never seen."


I think it is best he stick with his career as a professor of chemistry, rather than as a photographer. Karen, apparently DH knew the entire time and was not telling me. I do not even recall visiting Roskilde. Update: I may need to create a series of WW around his photographs.


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28 comments:

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

the tiles are cool though

Eighty MPH Mom said...

It is beautiful - wherever it is! Your DH tried, bless his heart. I think he did a good job!

Veronica Lee said...

I think it's cool!

Staci said...

Looks like a beautiful place!

Sara Bonds said...

I think your DH did a great job taking this photo. It is a lovely photo. The tiles are amazing and so fancy.

Happy WW from Sara @ Mostly Wordless Wednesday HQ!

Anissa said...

I think it is a great shot! Love the colors. TFS

Joy said...

It's a neat tile floor for sure. Hope you find out where it was!

NateAndJakesMom said...

I clicked... It is a floor... that is all I can say. :)

Tim said...

That is so funny. You should give him at least an E for effort. LOL

Love and Prayers,

Tim

Marites said...

those look like old floor tiles and you DH did well in taking the pics. My WW is up too.

lykkefanten said...

Ah no, I don't know exactly where this is. Though I can say that it's neither Vor Frue kirke nor Holmens Kirke. It might be either Trinitatis, Helligånds Kirken, Skt. Petri or Nicolai or Vor Frelsers Kirke as they are all redstone churches.

Maybe I should go on a church-crawl to find out? ;)

And of course I'm reading your posts! I always am! ;)

Rob said...

At least he made an attempt. Looks pretty good. Happy WW!

Check out my WW post at http://www.pbandsmellysdad.com/

Brooke said...

Actually, he did a great job.. In the future he is tries this type of shot again it would be better to angle it more up so that you get the tiles on the floor and a look down the hallway. Not a normal shot of the hallways but only part of it and more floor if that makes sense.. Getting a tad lower would also have a wonderful shot...

Mighty M said...

Not a bad attempt at all! :-)

I am Harriet said...

That is so cool!

Christine said...

I always take pics of odd architecture and signs that catch my eye. I totally get the floor tiles, LOL

Gattina said...

Nice photo !

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Erin.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

Probably one of the coolest pictures of the floor/ground I've ever seen! ;) I love the detail work.

April said...

Interesting! I would love to see more of his photos....sounds like a great post.

Shannon said...

Not too bad :) Neat floor (definitely something a guy would take a picture of) - lol

Cj @ Live Laugh Love said...

"I do go strange sometimes when I have a camera in a place filled with things I have never seen."

Ummmm yes I would say so ;)
Pictures of tomb markers - something one should treasure for always... (giggles)

Love it Steve-0 and as always Jenn you made me stop and go "hmmm - huh? what?" then smile:)

Momstart said...

That looks awesome

Tiff said...

Just be thankful it's not a picture of grass growing or somthing. My hubby does the same thing!

Upstatemomof3 said...

Looks like the pictures my son takes!! :)

Flying Giggles and Lollipops said...

LOL...well, it is another perspective.

Felicia said...

He did a great job I think!

Liz said...

I think it is a beautiful picture! I'm sure he meant to take it that way. :-)

Kathleen W. said...

I don't think you can go to Denmark and not photograph the tiles (although it's missing the characteristic blue and white Delftware colors) :).

Jennifer's husband: keep on shooting!