This week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge is #206 ‘Treasures’. Life deserves to be treasured as it rolls out with us on our journey through our years. Lots of change happens during that trip. One of The Netherlands most wonderful features is the low horizon. Meaning we have so much sky, as a giant canvas to show clouds and patterns. The flat horizon does not attract too much attention, just offers some texture to the straight line. Showing the changes over the years as urbanization and commercial estates grow.
The view from the departement of Infrastructure and Water-management on Central Station Den Haag.
About a week ago I published this photo in a monochrome version (click here to go there). Which one do you prefer?
Lens Artists Photo Challenge #204 for this week is ‘doors and doorways’. An old photo of the opening of parliament in The Netherlands, the third Tuesday of September.
About the B4 retouch series:
I browsed my archive for pictures to publish. Some of them are partly retouched but most do have scratches, dust and stains.
Lens Artists Photo Challenge #203 for this week is ‘local vistas’. The restaurant of De Bijenkorf in Den Haag.
Fashion outlet center Batavia Stad.