Just a quick image of the enormous red beech, found at the Groenesteeg cemetery in Leiden. Extra info; planted in 1882 and the thickest beech in the Netherlands (>7,7m)
Unfortunately we won’t go skiing this year (for 2 obvious reasons) but we do have the memories of our vacation back in 2016. Here is a small selection (1,63% haha) of the images I shot.
Hotel view, called panorama hutte for obvious reasons
The reason why we go, zussie on the slopes
Drinking coffee with the birds, a collage of great tits and a nuthatch
Panoramic view from the neighbours, a great place for all kind of shots
Dark view down the strada Furcia in the valley
And some star trails with a big moon at night
Just quick some shots of the lunar eclipse last night over Amsterdam!
So! It’s been like half a year ago since I last posted anything. I’ve been way too busy with all kind of other things like having twins etc…
In this blog I’m going to fast forward a bit to catch up to where I’m at the moment with my images and also showcase some of my work what I find in the streets 😉
First I’m excited to have my Baobab Alley photo chosen to be featured in the Oxfam Novib 2019 merchandise (cards, calendars, agenda etc)
Further, I’m always seeing my images everywhere in the streets, sometimes even as weird as a grilled ham and cheese sandwich on the beach in Spain or a brochure for help after suicide…
Last week I saw the same image at Schiphol airport (where a lot of my work can be spotted), used by a mayor cheese company
And a while ago I also saw this one, used by a hotel at Schiphol as backwall
Fun stuff, but now let’s move on and show some work I’ve been doing the last months. Let’s start where I ended (Autumn is coming early this year!) and add one more autumn view I really like. A wide angle (14mm) macro image of some fungi on a tree on the ground. Weird looks from some hikers in the woods, but I think it was worth some wet and dirty clothes.
Next some shots from Leiden, my birthplace, so I better share a few beautiful images of the city. No story’s, just images (probably the way you like it ;))
We have also visited Eindhoven at GLOW (totally random, I know haha);
And of course some more Amsterdam shots, this time with a spooky atmosphere in the fog and also a couple with one of the most amazing sunsets at the Damrak and Red light district;
And last… even more Amsterdam (of course…)! These images are shot during the Light Festival with all kind of art projects in the canals, but I mostly prefer the canals without art 🙂
Thanks and Cheers!
Again a short blog update, because there is yet another shutterstock article in which my work is featured!
This time it’s about visiting and shooting National parks and in my case our visit to the fantastic Baobab alley in Madagascar.
So if you’re looking for some tips or if you just want to see some amazing images, click on the image below! 😉