Dienstag, 27. Januar 2009

ABC Wednesday

B is for bottle and ship in a bottle.
Bottles we use every day.
B steht für bottle - Flasche und ship in a bottle - Flaschenschiff.
Manchmal findet man eine besondere Flasche oder etwas
Besonders in der Flasche, eine Nachricht oder ein Schiff.
Sometimes you can find a special bottle or something
special in bottle, may be a message or a ship.
These bottles you can find in the
Bottle-Ship Museum Ærøskøbing,Ærø,Denmark


This is my oldest bottle, may be from 1700,
found in Netherland.
Meine älteste Flasche, vielleicht 1700, gefunden in Holland.

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Kommentare:

Carolina hat gesagt…

The one with the paper ship I liked the most, although I can appreciate the work that has gone into the other ones. And it doesn't surprise me of course that the absolutely beautiful very old bottle comes from the Netherlands ;-)

bintang hat gesagt…

Sometimes, there is Jeanie in a Bottle..
Great picture, thanks for sharing.

Monica hat gesagt…

Flotte flasker:) Må være litt av en jobb å få disse skipene inn i flaskene...

RuneE hat gesagt…

I always wondered how they got those ships into the bottles. I have been told that the masts are laid down when they put it in and that the masts are raised afterwards aided by thin threads through the opening.

I have one that I inherited from my mother.

Ha en God Kveld!

Rinkly Rimes hat gesagt…

What an interesting collection! I wonder who first thought of putting ships in bottles!

Kate hat gesagt…

Great collection, and your photos of the collection are superb.

Kate
cholulared.blogspot.com

gone to the dogs hat gesagt…

Those bottles are beautiful. I cannot imagine having the patience nor the dexterity to create them. thanks for sharing.

richies hat gesagt…

I can't imagine what patience it takes

An Arkie's Musings

Fotosekken hat gesagt…

It is amazing to think about all the hours it takes to build one of these. I was especially fond of the one with the paper ship.

Lene hat gesagt…

Flaskeskip er fasinerende, ja. For et pirkarbeid :) Flott B-post :)

Ida hat gesagt…

Great B's.
I love the bottle from Netherland. It is Beautiful! :)

WolfLupo hat gesagt…

Bin gespannt was bei C kommt
Tolles B

Tyra in Vaxholm hat gesagt…

Wonderful bottles, so very nice!/ Tyra

Lapplisor hat gesagt…

Grossartig gefällt mir Dein "B" ... leider fand ich noch nie eine "Bootle"
...doch hab ich schon einige zu Wasser gelassen ..erst im vergangenen Jahr im Atlantik mit dem Enkel :-)
♥☼♥Barbara♥☼♥

Babooshka hat gesagt…

Bottled beauty. Rune is right about how they are done/

ramblingwoods.com hat gesagt…

I always wondered how they manage to build them inside the bottle. Neat entry..

Berthddu Suit hat gesagt…

I like bottle too, so many shapes and colours. I'd love to find a message in one!

ChrissyM hat gesagt…

I can remember when I was younger my father had several of these boat in the bottles.

shutterhappyjenn hat gesagt…

You know.. up until now, I still don't know how they do that.

My "B" entry is posted here and here. Hope you'll take a look as well. Thanks!

Tumblewords: hat gesagt…

Nice topic. I've often wondered how the first ship ended up in a bottle.

Your EG Tour Guide hat gesagt…

People who build ships for inside bottles have so much patience!

My ABC Wednesday post is at
http://moreofme24.blogspot.com

magiceye hat gesagt…

beautiful shots!

naturglede hat gesagt…

My uncle done that, putting boats in botles. Love your post today.

Herr M hat gesagt…

Besonders beautiful Beitrag!
Bedanke mich.
Herr M, dem gerade die "B´s" ausgehen.

photowannabe hat gesagt…

Love your antique bottle. Its fun to have something special like that. I am fascinated by the ships in bottles. Great shots.

Ferreira-Pinto hat gesagt…

Bottle number one is great and so is the reflection on that photo.

Dragonstar hat gesagt…

These are beautiful. I love the last bottle - lovely!

I'm also here on behalf of the ABC Team to thank you for posting.

mito. hat gesagt…

wenn die alte flasche erzählen könnte, ... und solche buddelschiffe (heißen die wirklich so?) find ich total faszinierend. wie kann man die sachen in die flaschen bringen??? (ich will's eigentlich in wirklichkeit gar nicht wissen ...)
gruß, mito

Brigitte hat gesagt…

Ganz besonders schön! Gruss, Brigitte

Bek hat gesagt…

Ein toller Post! Ich finde diese Flaschen faszinierend.
LG, Bek