Trine Søndergaard ”Strude”

Trine Søndergaard om udstillingen ”Strude”

This young woman photographed in traditional garb from the Danish island of Fanø shows how women used to protect their faces when working in the fields: Nicolai Howalt & Trine Søndergaard - show @ Bruce Silverstein Gallery - NY February 2013 - April 2013

Strude

Liripipe Hood [Danish 'strud'] - previously worn by women on the Danish island, Fanø, during work.

Trine Søndergaard ”Strude”

Trine Søndergaard om udstillingen ”Strude”

young danish Denmark woman in traditional costume. From a series of photographs by Trine Søndergaard.

Sønderho

Sønderho - Fanø The place my mother was born

Trine Søndergaard ”Strude”

Trine Søndergaard om udstillingen ”Strude”

Strude, portrait series by Danish photographer Trine Søndergaard The strude is a scarf that was traditionally worn by the women of the small Danish island Fanø to protect their faces from the harsh elements of Northern Europe.

Beautiful Danish folk song: The Danish String Quartet plays Sønderho bridal trilogy - part II (danish trad.)

Beautiful Danish folk song: The Danish String Quartet plays Sønderho bridal trilogy - part II (danish trad.

Turistfilm Fanø fra 1950'erne

Turistfilm Fanø fra 1950'erne

Sønderho, Fanoe

Sønderho, Fanoe by Tina Bardenfleth

Hønen

Hønen

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