Trine Søndergaard’s photo series, “Strude,” The headgear worn is called a #strude worn in #Fano #Denmark and some centuries ago, in the pre-Goretex era, its function was to protect the faces of Danish women against the brutal elements of Northern Europe. Trine traveled back to #Fanø and photographed a bunch of ladies wearing their ancestors threads.

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

Denmark. The above picture is from Trine Søndergaard’s photo series on strude, the complex scarves and hoods worn by 18th century women on the small Danish island of Fanø to protect their faces from the elements.”

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.

Trine Søndergaard’s photo series, “Strude,” The headgear worn is called a strude worn in Fano Denmark and some centuries ago, in the pre-Goretex era, its function was to protect the faces of Danish women against the brutal elements of Northern Europe. Trine traveled back to Fanø and photographed a bunch of ladies wearing their ancestors threads. #Fanø

young danish woman in traditional costume. the headdress, called a strude, is also the title of this series of photographs by Trine Søndergaard. the strude protects the face from the elements.

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.

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.

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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.

Trine Søndergaard’s photo series, “Strude,” This appears to be a Fano bridal crown. Trine traveled back to Fanø, Denmark and photographed a bunch of ladies wearing their ancestors threads.

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