Autumn of change

Autumn of change

During every autumn nature changes. The trees will display the most beautiful colours before they release their leaves to get ready for the winter. For myself this was also an autumn of change by leaving the Netherlands and move to Ireland. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in life together with Jacqui. There are so many things that I’m looking forward to but obviously there are things that I’ll definitely miss. Along drop, Dutch cheese and other things, I will miss the woods on our doorstep. Every autumn it was a feast to have a walk through these woods and this autumn I felt somewhat emotional because I know I will miss this unique area. So please find my last series of pictures of the forest in the Dieren area. Hope you like them.

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Côte d’Opale

Côte d’Opale

 

For our annual trip, I went with the Schoorl group to a coastline in the North of France. This stretch of coast is known as Côte d’Opale, named after this gemstone. It is a very divers coast with cliffs and wide beaches, scattered with bunkers build during the Second World War. It is really a gem for many photo enthousiasts.

Our group with Petra, Niels, Stephan, Jan, Arjan, Carla, Frederik and myself was completed with Ed, who is constantly in our heart and mind.

Like the coast, the weather was also very divers: rain, storm, wind, sun and a gentle autumn breeze.

A highlight was our visit to Ambleteuse. There was a severe storm and an ideal opportunity to witness Fort Mahon at high tide with high waves. A challenge to make a picture during this force of nature. It could have been a very expensive holiday when we were surprised by a high wave, but miraculously, the only thing that stayed dry was our equipment. Please find here a footage of this wave.

Below you can find a series in chronological order.

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Escalles

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Sketches of China

Sketches of China

During a business trip to China last month, I was able to find some spare time to visit some highlights like The Forbidden City, Olympic village and the Great Wall. I was impressed with it all, specially the kindness and hospitality of the people, the food, the crazyness of the traffic, architecture and how advanced their life is. Thank you very much Zhiyong and girlfriend Snow in showing me around in Beijing and Tianjin, Allen for picking me up at the airport and Victor for introducing me in real Chinese food, so much appreciated.

Please find some impressions of some short getaways during the business trip.

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The purple haze of August

The purple haze of August

 

During August lots of landscape photographers will check out the areas of the blooming heath. After last years drought, I was surprised that the heath recovered so well. Although there were some dark patches, the fields had a lush purple colour. So time to visit some of those beautiful purple fields. Obviously I went to the Posbank, but this year I also went also to the Loenermark, little bit more north of the Posbank.

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Loenermark

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De oversteek

De oversteek

‘De Oversteek’ is the name of a new iconic bridge in Nijmegen over the river Waal. Translated the name means ‘The crossing’ in respect for the US Army 504th Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Brigade that crossed the river during operation Market Garden in 1944. The bridge was opened in November 2013 and is part of the new ring route of the city.

The bridge has a lot to offer for photographers, during day and night when the bridge is beautifully lit, among 48 lampposts, honouring the 48 heroes that lost their lives during the crossing.

I went to the bridge a couple of times, with the photo club but also on my own. Time to gather some pictures in one post.

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