Just a short story told by pictures and one liners, visualising how our weekend was.
Saturday we went to Laren and were greeted by a fanfare, celebrating the 500th birthday of a small local church.
I wasn't the only one taking pictures.
After we received our blessing ;) we continued with our walk.
We saw some ducks relaxing and we admired nice architecture. But we didn't photograph a lot. After enjoying some ice cream, we decided to head to another town.
In the town Bunschoten - Spakenburg there was a pretty big shipyard.
Also a plant growing out of the quay wall.
And a lot of leading lines, leading to a seagull.
After a walk around the city centre, we sat down, enjoyed the sun and watched ships sail by.
Next day we went to Amersfoort, to Randenbroek park, were the Dahlia's were still flowering.
Wanted to do a photoshoot with Nikki, but she wasn't in the mood. Her age is catching up with her.
We walked to the city centre and ended with fries and a croquette at the snackbar Van Gogh. It was a(nother) great weekend!
It has been quite some time since I last posted a blog on my website, mainly because I didn't take as many pictures as I did a year ago. I was too busy enjoying life with my lovely girlfriend Steffie and also because my photo buddy Simon was stranded in the UK because of Covid restrictions. During my 4 week summer vacation, I decided to pick up my camera again and get into the photography vibe again.
This summer vacation Steffie and I stayed in the Netherlands. We visited various places and one of the first places we visited was Harderwijk. The picture below was one of a water feature with vintage posters printed on tiles. I didn't take too many pictures in Harderwijk and the the picture below was the only one really worth keeping.
I became a lot more productive in the other places we visited.