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Trine Soendergaard - Strude, old traditional clothing from the danish island - Fanoe, something to think about....

Trine Soendergaard - Strude, old traditional clothing from the danish island - Fanoe, something to think about....

I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.

Self-Taught Student Photographer Explores Simple Beauty Through Composites

I am Annija Veldre from Latvia, a 21-year-old self-taught artist. I take creative fine art photos and Photoshop manipulations to capture the essence of beauty in the connection of human, nature and animal.

i love that you can see her blue eye in this.

i love that you can see her blue eye in this.

スペイン,ラガルテラ 1926?

スペイン,ラガルテラ 1926?

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

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

Fanødragten - en dragt til enhver lejlighed: Hverdagsdragten

Fanødragten - en dragt til enhver lejlighed: Hverdagsdragten

Trine Søndergaard

Trine Søndergaard

Beautiful textiles and textures

Strude - Série fotográfica de Trine Søndergaard

Beautiful textiles and textures

Trine Søndergaard ”Strude”

Trine Søndergaard ”Strude”

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

News From the Craft + Style Blogosphere: May 27, 2010

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

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