A robotic soul
Machinery detail II
Sydney Meeting Room
Rails and Cranes
Rails to horizon
Flammable RobotThe machinery around the workshop was impressive, I had no idea what I was looking at but the angles and triangles and textures were extremely interesting
JawsA Crane jaw (not even sure if this is the right term) under repair.
TexturesCrane Jaw Detail. It was the size of a football ball.
Tool TradeI find this tool organization quite pleasent for an OCD person.
ToolsA set of tools and sprays at the warehouse.
A robotic soulSome of the machinery was a flashbarck from Sci-Fi movies
Machinery detail IIMachinery detail
Machinery detailMachinery detail
MachineryMachinery with steel cables.
Frank pointingFrank pointing a cable in the crane.
Repair areaRepair area from the top of the crane
Light filteringThis is part of the new main facilities, the sun was filtering in such a way, creating lights and shadows that I couldn't resist. The building is spacious and functional, still smells like new.
AtriumXmas decoration at the atrium, a massive screen for meetings and social events is displayed right above the chairs.
StopLegacy gear, as a reminder of the old times at the port.
Sydney Meeting RoomEach meeting room is named after a famous port, this one is Sydney.
Under ConstructionThe extension of the Port of Aarhus was determined in a master plan adopted by the city council of Aarhus in 1997. The plan has been revised along the way, but large parts of it have already been realised or have been initiated. The Multiterminal north-east of the Oil Harbour area is being extended. The harbour area will be approx. 80,000 m2 with a water depth of 14 metres and will be called the Omniterminal. It is mainly to be used for storage of cargo that does not require storage under roof or fixed cranes, such as bulk goods or windmill projects being prepared for shipment. The lay-out will be planned in close cooperation with the customers wanting to use the area. Source: https://www.aarhushavn.dk/en/about_port_of_aarhus/future_plans_towards_2022/future_plans_towards_2022.htm
Raw Raw construction materials.
Harbour ExpansionWorks continue to expand the port.
Crane Low angle shot from one of the Cranes.
Crane DetailLow angle shot, textures and shadows.
Rails and CranesA sense of depth.
VertigoView from elevator to the crane
PanoramaPort panorama from the crane.
Industrial viewOK Factory buildings
Crane DetailView from crane to its twin
Crane DetailCrane Detail from level 2
FrankFrank piloting the crane
Rails to horizonCrane rails
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