When coincidence makes architecture

I doubt the locals worried about the looks of the houses and shacks behind the harbor. They just build what they needed and in a way so they could find shelter for their daily work off the sea

Snogebaek Fishing shacks – Bornholm

Watercolor and text by Frits Ahlefeldt

There is a quiet feel to it, the mix of granite stones, wood and simple metal sheet roofs – Even bits from boats thrown in, a bench, and holders for the yarn and tools used on the sea.

It makes it authentic in a very different from the rich people places, where fake marble lions and cast iron gates try so hard to impress, instead of just be

Snogebaek Fishing village. Bornholm watercolor painting by Frits Ahlefeldt
Snogebaek Fishing village. Houses

See all watercolors from my Bornholm collection here

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