The Van Brienenoordbrug in Rotterdam.
A small short cut in Norfolk advised by TomTom delivers wonderful scenery.
The concrete factory of Dyckerhoff Basal in Den Haag. The theme for this week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge #173 is interesting architecture.
Schiedam, a small town under the smoke of Rotterdam, with its own iconic windmill. Just a little street in a little town, old and more modern mixed. The theme for this week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge #173 is interesting architecture.
A fly over for bicycles (we do have lots of bicycle lanes in The Netherlands) in Zoetermeer, architecture as art. The theme for this week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge #173 is interesting architecture.
This week’s theme of the weekly lens artists challenge (#135) is ‘glimpse into your world’. The brief is simple: show us what makes your world spin, or what makes you delirious with joy. Let me start by showing what makes my world spin in photography. That is to visit places, travel, and monochrome photography. One of the most impressive trips was to Yemen in 1998. A beautiful country with amazing scenery and a rich culture. A mountain view near Sanaa in the Haraz mountais in Yemen.
The B4 retouch series
I browsed my archive for pictures to publish. All of them are not completely retouched yet. Scratches, dust and stains are not removed. Shot with Nikon F90 on Kodak TriX, scanned from film and edited using Snapseed and Marksta. Click the picture for a bigger version
Another one for Weekly Sky Challenge #2. Here you can see how low our horizon is. Skies over The Netherlands.
Another one for Weekly Sky Challenge #2. Everywhere in my flat home country the horizon is low, so we see skies all the time. Skies over The Netherlands.
Views from the road, in this instance the E34 East towards Antwerp, looking at Eeklo.