Category Archives: Landscape
I ended up in a corner of Sloterpark. The sun was bright, time was at peace with itself, so I sat on a wall and looked around.
The fuller our city becomes, the better I become at moving from A to B — at maximum speed. And with that comes a number of scenarios. Some last no longer than a flash, others grow into mini-sketches.
Deep into autumn, and the grey returns. Only one thing to do I suppose… and that’s to embrace the weather (and the shorter days) with arms open wide.
These are from a couple weeks ago when, after being inside for a bit too long, I needed to go out for some air. This is some of what I saw.
I’m not a fan of getting wet, but staying inside for more than twenty-four hours is extremely stressful. I’m left with no choice but to step outside into the rainy city and take a walk.
It begins with a walk. No plans. Camera in hand, waiting for something to catch my eye. An ever changing skyline; no two roofs are the same.
Another rainy day in Amsterdam. This time around I decided to go out for a walkabout (under my umbrella). The city has a very different flavour in this kind of weather…
It’s pretty simple actually: some days have more summer in them than others. This was one of those days.
Don’t worry, I agree completely: today is not Sunday. But these photographs were taken a couple of Sundays ago when I felt the need to go out and stretch my legs for a while…
This is one of those pre-weekend walkabouts. You know the moment when everything’s done that can be done, and it’s now time to get out and relax…