Perfect Preserved History in DEDEMSVAART, the Netherlands thanks to the Historical Association Avereest.

Lime kilns were used from medieval periods right through to the 18th and 19th centuries. They were used in earlier times for the production of mortar for building purposes, and as during the 18th and 19th centuries also for the production of lime for agricultural purposes.The raw material, sea shells, were transported from the North Sea coast to Dedemsvaart with canal barges.

Shot taken during the photo shoot I did there, processed in Photoshop CS5 to experience and achieve some different effects, to emphasize the lime kilns.

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  • patjila
    patjilaover 2 years ago

  • Photography  by Mathilde
    Photography b...over 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture of some historic buildings, Annet ,with great processing – lovely shot and image !!

  • Great thanks dear Mattie sorry for late reply I wasn’t on line that much lately..trying to catch a bit now. This capture is used for a family photo book cover I made. :) The book is on it’s way to the family now.

    – patjila

  • Colleen2012
    Colleen2012over 2 years ago

    Great work Annet. Very interesting read and image.
    Love Colleen2012

  • Hi Colleen thank you lots! Sorry have been so busy lately have to catch up loads here! See you soon while visiting your portfolio :)

    – patjila

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 2 years ago

    Outstanding capture patjila.

  • Hi Julie thank you so very much delighted you like the old buildings :)

    – patjila

  • Hans Bax
    Hans Baxover 2 years ago

    Mooi Annet! Fraaie bewerking! En interessante info!
    Ben zo vrij geweest een beetje van je foto af te snijden…. Hoe vind je dat? Iets minder gras? Brutaal, hè? Als je ’t niks vindt, delete je deze reply maar!

    Liefs en groeten!
    Hans xxx

  • Hi Hans,
    Ben je gek tuurlijk delete ik die foto niet! Dankje voor de tip. Je hebt helemaal gelijk hoor. Ik was helemaal gefocussed op het feit dat dit de voorkant van het familie boek zou worden en daarbij de rand groen had gebruikt voor de titel. Niet meer nagedacht en hoppa de eerste versie daarna op RB gezet. Fijne avond gewenst en groetjes xx Annet

    – patjila

  • anaisanais
    anaisanaisover 2 years ago

    SIMPLY WONDERFUL…LOVE THIS INTERESTIN PHOTOS!!!

  • Hello Anna Thank you so much for your ever so lovely compliments and encouragements!

    – patjila

  • Berns
    Bernsover 2 years ago

    Beautifully captured hon !

  • Hi Berns delighted with your compliment! :)

    – patjila

  • Robin Brown
    Robin Brownover 2 years ago

    Smokin! WTG Girl! :o) xx

  • Hi Robbs thank you ever so much!! Yep smoking still …. nasty hey? :) xx

    – patjila

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezover 2 years ago

    Nicely captured Annet, love the history …

  • Hi Tom thank you so kindly! Sorry for my belated reply am so busy atm….but you’re absolutely not forgotten!

    – patjila

  • Raymond Kerr
    Raymond Kerrover 2 years ago

    Great capture !!

  • Hi Ray thank you loads! Awful late with replying but I’m catching up tonight!! :))

    – patjila

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