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Autumn 2022 – Canal

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – November 2022

The theme for the weekly lens artists challenge is ‘textures‘. The canal in Autumn .

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Swan Canal

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I published some photos of them the last few days, this is the last one.

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Mono Swan Trojka

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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Green

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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Role Model

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 20222

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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En Passant

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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Family Lunch

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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Food Division

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – October 2022

Recently the swan family – see my photos of July in the archive – is swimming up and down the little canal in front of the house, enjoying the food on top of the water. I will publish some photos of them the coming days.

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Steenbergen at Sea and the Dam Buster Raid

The Netherlands, Steenbergen – August 2022

Lens Artists Photo Challenge #211 is ‘what is your groove’. Basically I enjoy looking around, up and down till something strikes me as interesting. A wonderful way of looking around is at the passenger seat of the car, riding shot gun. This is a navigable aqueduct, leading a waterway over the A4 motorway near Steenbergen in Noord-Brabant.

The A4 is one of our routes to Belgium and France. Reading the name on the aqueduct (Steenbergen at the sea) made me chuckle the first time, because the actual North Sea is more to the West. Last time passing I shot this photo. And when I made this post, I found some interesting information on Wikipedia about Steenbergen.

Guy Gibson, Wing Commander, the first CO of the RAF‘s 617 Squadron, who led the famous “Dam Busters” raid in 1943, crashed September 19 1944 with his navigator, Jim Warwick, in a de Havilland Mosquito XX, KB267, aircraft in this municipality. Coming back from a raid on Germany they crashed, probably caused by a malfunction of the fuel system. They are buried in the RC cemetery of Steenbergen.

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