Paris – The Eiffel Tower

I’ve always had a thing for the Eiffel Tower. Seeing it in person was quite an experience. We were driving around on the hop-on-hop-off bus, everyone chatting and trying to keep warm on top of the bus, when I caught a glimpse, just before that first shot below. Such a thrill to get that first…

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Paris – partie un.

Oh Paris. I’ve always wanted to go there, but have never been before. In the last couple of days before my flight home from Amsterdam, I took the fast train to Paris, for just a day trip. I took a ‘hop-on-hop-off’ bus and saw the sights – even to make me desperate to come back…

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Delft City

We drove to just outside the city centre of Delft, but the bus is not allowed to enter, so we walked about 15 minutes into the centre. Of course, on the way, it started to rain, so we dashed into a hot chocolate shop to stay warm and dry until it passed. I met a…

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The Hague & Madurodam

While in Amsterdam, I took a bus tour, from Amsterdam up to The Hague, and then Madurodam, then Rotterdam and finally Delft. Here are some photos from Madurodam (except the first one, which is The Peace Palace in The Hague). Madurodam is a miniature village – a little park, where they have built 1:25 scale…

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Ascension.

I took the Metro to Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and was struck by the immensity of this escalator. I had my iPhone (8 Plus) in my hand so I snapped a quick shot while stepping onto it. Here are a couple of different edits, which is your favourite? You can probably guess mine…. I love the…

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Amsterdam in Mono

This beautiful city is full of colour, which I’ve shared on social media, and I’ll share here too, but I love the look of black and white and minimal colour as well. I feel like this trip is helping me to redefine my editing style and I’m enjoying it immensely. Here are a few of…

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Floratuin Julianadrop 2

The variety of colours and shapes was truly amazing. So hard to choose. I just adore the classic shape, shown in the peach-coloured ones in the gallery. But I think the peony style is definitely my favourite of all – there are many more of those to come. I hope you won’t get bored with…

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