Old Boats Recycled Into Sheds

UK Fishermen on Lindisfarne (aka Holy Island), have recycled retired wooden fishing vessels into stunning storage sheds.

Photo: Kevin Wakelam

Photo: Fiona McPhie

Photo: jones-y-gog

Inverted boat houses outfitted with modern living facilities that serve as holiday accommodation in Equihen Plage, on the coast of northern France by the English Channel.

Photo credit: Joel Herbez

Par Bateloupreaut (Travail personnel) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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8 thoughts on “Old Boats Recycled Into Sheds”

  1. Reblogged this on sydney lancaster: hand & eye and commented:
    After working this summer in Parrsboro with Scott Smallwood on a project that explores the interconnections between the tide, the land, and the human history of the area (which included shipbuilding), these beautiful structures speak volumes to me – about change, and resilience, and different ways of looking at the idea of abundance.

    I am also a total sucker for the ways in which these boat-houses help to retain the many generations of work and relationship to the sea in these coastal places.

    My thanks to eMorphes for ringing this to our collective attention!

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