I love to take photos from a car (rest assured, I am not doing the driving at those moments). And the result can be quite surprising at times. This one gives me the feeling of a small village, hidden in the landscape.
Coming back to an area I visited a long time ago in my youth, brings back memories about the past. The beauty of nature is sometimes overwhelming, even when it rains.
Another one for Weekly Sky Challenge #2. Here you can see how low our horizon is. Skies over The Netherlands.
Autumn has come, Summer is over. The garden is no longer the place to enjoy being outside during the pandemic, looking at plants and flowers. Seasons come and go, the natural cycle continues, and Summer is waiting to come back next year, hopefully in a different setting without restrictions.
A walk over a field of heather in the Zandenbos near Nunspeet.
Again on the road, a view over the fields obscured by rain.
Coming from a land that is flat as a pancake, mountains and hills are a source of inspiration, reflection and sport. Climbing a mountain by bicycle is a wonderful experience, offering lots of insights about who and what you are. This one was shot with Pentax Mju on Fuji Film.
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.
I am not sure if this photo is about ‘negative space’. But it shows a way of looking at ‘space’ for sure.