During the Corona Pandemic that started spreading in early 2020, the world pretty much came to a standstill. The effects were visible everywhere, but were especially visually striking in those places usually overrun by tourism. Amsterdam is one of such places, and it’s empty streets and squares are most likely a once in a lifetime […]
Kingsday is maybe the most popular holiday in the Netherlands, but it doesn’t combine well with a nationwide Lockdown. While officially canceled due to Corona measures, a true Dutch Lion can’t shed its pride. Some people still went outside and showed their love for orange outfits hurtful to the eye.
In the Netherlands, abandoned places are rare since space is limited in one of the most densely populated countries in the world. I discovered this overgrown production hall by chance and it proved to be a unique location. Even though the place closed down only a couple of years ago, nature has taken over completely. […]
The Dutch landscape is dotted with friendly looking, little villages. Amongst those, the small town ‘de Rijp’ stands out as one of the most beautiful, its miniature canals and bridger making it look like Amsterdams little cousin. In the afternoon light of March, the town’s rooftops to come to life with a bright orange glow.
SAIL Amsterdam 2015 is about watching ships and watching people watching ships. People gather on the quays while ships assemble on the water. Boats were also present.
A fascination for 10 letters (I Amsterdam) in the heart of Amsterdam.