Canal houses and houseboats on Keizersgracht Amsterdam. Dutch habit is not to close the curtains in the evening 🙂
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Amsterdam during the 500px Global Photowalk.
Damrak, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Melkmeisjes bridge in Amsterdam, near the Central Station. Made with a very long exposure. The calculated exposure time was doubble the time I had for this photo, but unfortunately my exposure was interrupted by my incomming messages. And this was the last shot with the availale light from this position. I still like the outcome of the photo. Giving a calm atmosphere of the Amsterdam Canal houses.
A magical sunset last night at river “Spaarne” in Haarlem (The Netherlands). Just after sunset the sky got purple for a moment…
Oudezijds Voorburgwal AmsterdamThis oldest canal of Amsterdam, was dug between 1342 and 1380. The part left of the Damstraat used to be called Fluwelen Burgwal (Velvet Rampart), referring to the wealthy families that lived here, usually dressed in velvet. Almost all the houses have been restored to their original state.
There are parts of Amsterdam that looks like you are in Venice. This scene of Amsterdam gives you a view behind the houses of the Red Light District. On the left you can see some of the red light coming out of the windows, reflecting on the house on the other side.
Blue hour at the canal Spaarne, Haarlem (The Netherlands). After sunset the wind was gone and the water was tight, so the reflections of the canal houses were clearly visible.
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Canal houses of Delft (The Netherlands) reflecting in the water under a Dutch sky. This is on the corner of the streets “Vrouwjuttenland” and “Rietveld”. The bridge with the bicycles on it is called “Drapeniersbrug”.
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