IJmuiden: ropes and fishing nets

two rows of rubber balls on rusty chains

You know we love our little trips to the port of IJmuiden: I like capturing the visual surprises, walking around with my camera or cell phone, feeling the wind in my face, looking at these massive forms of iron and rust, listening to the hustle and bustle of boarding and unboarding. It’s a man’s world, I have yet to see a woman working on a ship but they might be there, and I sometimes feel like an intruder walking around with my camera. Anyways, we always treat ourselves to some fish before we ride back home on the motorbike, feeling like we’ve been really away from the city.

two rubber balls on a rusty chain
two rubber balls on a rusty chain
a row of rubber balls with ropes and yellow tubes
a row of rubber balls with ropes and yellow tubes
rounded aft bow of a red ship
rounded aft bow of a red ship
lots of ropes with a touch of colour
lots of ropes with a touch of colour
musterd yellow rusty surface with a circle in the upper left corner
musterd yellow rusty surface with a circle in the upper left corner
large fishing nets with blue ropes
large fishing nets with blue ropes
bright red hawse hole with a rope
bright red hawse hole with a rope
slightly rounded aft bow of a blue ship
slightly rounded aft bow of a blue ship
blue and orange ropes
blue and orange ropes
fishing nets
fishing nets

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