Category Archives: photography

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Autumn leaves

I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year! All those pretty, warm colours of the leaves before they fall down on the ground and leave the trees bare until next Spring. […]

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IJmuiden: ropes and rust

We love IJmuiden, you know it. Here are some abstract captures of our last visit to the harbor with lots of impressions of ropes, rust, patterns of fishing nets and the colors of those ropes […]

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IJmuiden: ropes and fishing nets

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 […]

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Etsy: Second batch of printable vintage photos

Today I released a second batch of vintage photos or ‘carte de visite’ in my Etsy shop. I purchased them last week at the online auction Catawiki. That is always so exciting to do: I […]

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Etsy: Printable vintage photos

I have collected cabinet cards, vintage photos and postcards dated from the late 19th and beginning of the 20th century for a while now and I can say now that I have quite a collection. I […]

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Commission: photo shoot of an artist

Meet my man: the artist Kees de Witt Wijn. After more than 25 years working in other businesses he picked up art again last year. For promotional purposes we decided to do a photoshoot on […]

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Commission: photo shoot with Dhroeh Nankoe

Earlier this month I was lucky to do a photo shoot with a very special man: Dhroeh Nankoe, singer and composer specialized in classical Indian music. He wanted some fresh and up-to-date images for his […]

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Day trip: Zuiderzeemuseum

Vacation is over, I am back to work and I can look back on a couple of wonderful weeks with lots of day trips and visits to the beach. One of the day trips was […]

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City trip: Botanical garden Amsterdam

During my holidays I went to the Hortus of Amsterdam, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. The ‘Hortus Medicus’ as it was formerly known, was founded in 1636 as a herb garden […]