This week lens artists challenge #214 is ‘favourite finds’. A typical Dutch landscape on a warm day, with boats coming and going to the lakes. The find was the little ferry we used to cross this water, the river Zijl near Leiden.
The Lens-artists challenge #197 is ‘rule of thirds’. The rule of thirds is a rule of thumb how to compose images. There are more ‘rules’; another is the ‘s’ like in the photo above. But there are other ‘rules’ to make a photo attractive, and one is the use of lines. The city hall of Leiden.
This weeks challenge #187 is ‘water’. The Galgenwater in Leiden. In the background a replica a of the mill that was used by the father of Rembrandt van Rijn, who was born to the left of the bridge in the distance in 1606, 410 years before this photo.
The Gravensteen in Leiden, Netherlands.