The reflection of De krakeling Amsterdam on a small canal in the hearth of Amsterdam.
A powerful yet very short sunset gave a mesmerizing glow over the streets, cars and building.
For the people that know where this building is and the river it is facing, can understand the title.
It is possible to read the title in different ways, making the image able to work in different ways too.
This powerful shot I took during a very colorful sunset in the harbor docks of Amsterdam called Houthavens. ( I am assuming this place was where they traded and shipped a lot of wood).
The building is called Pontsteiger, named after the many ferry’s that dock here to pick up and bring passengers from 1 side of the river to the other/
One of the most iconic buildings in Amsterdam, The Amsterdam Look-out, really stands out across the river Ij.
I shot this during a perfect full moon.
One of the more iconic pictures of Amsterdam, is this spot, at the Brouwersgracht. The buildings across from where I was standing, are very crooked and you feel almost as if they are going to fall down.
In this image, you can also see a moving Canalboat, that is very famous for tourists. I remember that my parents took me on this ‘rondvaartboot’ once.
What I love about Architectural photography, is that you can capture lines, shapes and forms, that can be seen only through the camera.
This is a black and white capture of the RAI
Having found a pool to make these reflecting imaged of 1 of the most iconic buildings of Amsterdam, I tried different compositions and styles in
In the past, REM Island had the function of creating an experience. As a broadcast platform, it ensured that millions of viewers enjoyed the first commercial TV programs. It was a rebellious pirate channel that came with TV. The North Sea managed to reach a large audience. Despite the success with the viewer, it did not take long for the government to adopt the anti-REM law. This made TV Noordzee's broadcasting practices illegal. The Netherlands would not be ready for this new form of entertainment and therefore why the broadcasts stop causing the government. On December 17, 1964, exactly 9 o'clock in the morning a raid was made on the REM island and the government put an end to TV North Sea. This fantastic piece of history and the unique experience that it brought to the people with TV Noordzee, something had to be done with it. It was decided to give REM Island back its entertaining function. The island was taken ashore, where the building has been completely renovated. While retaining the original elements, REM Island is now in the Houthavens of Amsterdam, still with that exciting function.
Welcome to my neighborhood :)