Saturday, November 28, 2009

"For confusion is a kind of bewitchment"



"For confusion is a kind of bewitchment" - The Confusion by Neal Stephenson

14 comments:

Joan Elizabeth said...

My goodness ... I'm betwitched too ... how many girders does a ironworks need??? It's photographer's heaven. Thanks for the link yesterday, I enjoyed reading up a little on the place.

Martina said...

Photographer's heaven, yes. Here is a German photographer who seems to travel the steelworks and ironworks of the world (it's in English too):
Stahlseite

Funny is - in The Confusion they are making steel right now, so I am not going to quote from some other works at the moment, ;-).

Álvaro said...

Congratulations for the pictures you show in your blog. Great!
Greetings from Spain.

Serge Cornillet said...

Hi Martina,

Thanks to follow and to link my blog, I appreciate that!

See U next!

Serge

Martina said...

Serge, this was an easy decision :-). I saw democracia en honduras and thought: hey this is a photoblog I am going to like!

AB said...

The girders make strange patterns. A lot of the lines are not quite straight.

Martina said...

AB, yes, snakey rails for the skips.

Martina said...

Alvaro, thx for coming by and your nice comment :-)

kolouker said...

nice and busy :)

Julie said...

I see pipes are the new gargoyle.

Walter Neiger said...

very strong work !

Joan Elizabeth said...

Thanks for the link, have only had a chance to take the briefest of looks yet but will be going back to it.

Martina said...

Julie, yes - until I visit the next cathedral, ;-)

kolouker, thx :-) Your site gives a very good impression of Krakow and of Poland, I will certainly blogroll it.

Walter, thank you!

Paula said...

That's astonishing, Martina, industrial sculpture.

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