This month Jacqui and myself had a short break in Stockholm. A beautiful city, full of history, culture, art and warm people.
Fortunately I had some time to make a series of the town and it’s people.
This first series is about the city itself. Hope you will enjoy it.Read More»
While I was for business in the south of the Netherlands, I visited Margraten. Here is the Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial situated. It is Europe’s third largest war cemetery for unidentified soldiers who died in the second World War. 8,301 soldiers are buried there under long rows of white crosses and stars of David. All graves are adopted by locals, who attend the graves and lay flowers every now and then.
It is very impressive and it makes you very humble to walk along those graves. So many men died for our freedom.Read More»
Completely unexpected, I had to travel to Ireland for my work. It felt if I never left the island, because of my two weeks stay last December.
Obviously I had very limited time to explore the coast with my camera and had only the camera basics with me. Fortunately Owen O’Grady and myself managed to meet for a short look around the Copper coast and finished it off with a delicious Guinness at Hayes’ in Bonmahon. Thanks again Owen, looking forward when we meet in Dungarvan.
This series contains pictures of Tramore, Stradbally, Ardmore, Ballydowane Cove and Granville hotel in Waterford
Hope you will enjoy them.
The fifth and the last series of the south of Ireland. Again some pictures of the spectacular Copper coast and scenes of Tramore and Cheekpoint. Hope you liked and enjoyed the whole series.
Enjoy and thanks for the comments.
This part of the series is about the city and the people of Waterford.
Founded by the Vikings in 914, Waterford is Ireland’s oldest city and in 2014 the city will celebrate its 1100th anniversary.
Thanks for viewing and your comments.Read More»
My first upload this year, so I would like to wish everyone a very happy and healthy 2014,
Thanks for your interest last year and I hope to see you regularly on this site in the new year.
Fortunately I was able to make some trips during our stay in Waterford Ireland, last Christmas. The weather was far from dull, great skies, storms and magical sunrises and sunsets.
Big thanks to Owen O’Grady for your advice and delicious pint on one of those trips.
Due to the amount of pictures, I will upload the pictures in different stages. This is part 1.
Next to the little town Giesbeek is the Gieseplas situated. This little lake is connected to the river IJssel.
I went there a couple of times to experiment with composition and long exposure.
Hope you like it.
My last post this year. Have a great Christmas and for you and your family a prosperous new year.