Photo: Juliet Doyle

Juliet Doyle took some interesting photos of boatsheds in the island of Lindisfarne (or the Holy Island), England. The sheds are made from upturned fishing boats and used for storage by the island's fishermen.

Check out more pics at Juliet's blog: Link - via materialicious

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Hey, we've got something vaguely similar in Pine Valley, UT. It's a church built by skilled shipbuilders. The attic's rafters are built like the supports in the bottom of a ship.
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It gets very blowy up there, too. I guess the sheds stay on the ground better for being that shape, too.

Here's a clip we took earlier this year coming back across the causeway from Lindisfarne.
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