Life-like art

The square in Husum in front of the church.
A sculpture on top of a well.

Adolf Brütt, a sculptor from Husum, created this memorial.
Called “Tine-Brunnen” or “The Tine Well” in public..
August Friedrich Woldsen and his cousin Anna Catharina Asmussen (Tine)
Have given name to the memorial as they did a great job for the weakest in the society.

The well is adorned by a bronze sculpture – a young beautiful fisher women,
namely Anna Catharina Asmussen.

Reklamer

In the air

A trip in a carousel runs as known in circles.
Provides a speculative view of the surroundings.
Angles not commonly seen – bird’s eye view.
Here in the little german town of Husum near the danish-german border.
Very close to the Wadden Sea, which facing the North Sea.
Ranging from southern danish Jutland, along Germany to the north of Holland.

All inspired from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.