On the way to the lime: Fiskeläge on Gotland – Bläse Fiskeläge
From Kappelshamn we follow the road along the Baltic Sea to Kalkbrukmuseum Bläse on Gotland. The fact that only a few hundred meters on the wide and disheveled pebble beach one of the smallest Fiskeläge on Gotland waits, goes almost unnoticed. But at the sight of the weathered huts, we are very impressed by the Bläse Fiskeläge, in whose sight is already the Kalkbrukmuseum Bläse.
We stop and can not help but get out. Slowly we approach the wind-swept two huts the Bläse Fiskeläge. An old jetty, salt water eaten and lying around loose little planks, the metal framework of a chair and all in a strip of small and little larger stones, so you imagine an elaborate decoration. But this blowfish Fiskeläge is real, authentic. She tells with her appearance of storm and waves, of harsh winters, in which the fishermen with their heavy rowboats out to sea to provide simple food for the sake.
That’s exactly what makes Gotland, that’s what makes the Fiskeläge on Gotland and in particular the Fiskeläge, which reminds by its honest being on the one hand to a Lost Place, on the other hand also the story of life in the Bläse Fiskeläge.
The picture was taken in analogy with the Leica M Summilux 1.4 50 asph. on Kodak Ektar.