A ramshackle house

Vardø Finnmark Norway

f/22, 0.5 sec, ISO 100

Crumbling charm along the coast of northern Norway

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40 thoughts on “A ramshackle house

    • Thank you Inese! I have no idea what this house was originally used for as it was only one of many older ones just left to degrade. No information on what these houses were once used for. I can only guess, but the size of the house and the location makes me think it was probably used for some sort of industry or fishing. People along the coast at that time were generally poor and would have smaller houses, but I could be wrong.

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      • You are probably right about the size of the house. I too though it could be something related to the fishing business, may be an office and guest rooms for fishermen from the distant villages, and a storage. Anyway, everything changes, but these beautiful sun-lit shores stay the same.

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    • Thanks again, really appreciate your lovely feedback. We found this house earlier in the day but the light was not good so I really wanted to return for the golden hour:) And I didn’t regret!

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