Marks and Spencer Den Haag. This male mannequins seem tough.
Marks and Spencer Den Haag. This time no mannequins but David and Olivia.
Our grand-daughter is adorable and a pleasure to follow with a camera. Here are some of the photos I took during her last visit.
The theme of the WPC is Close Up. Being close you go in on details, give something a deep focus. These photos are not ‘makro’ close ups but both focus given the shape of the object. The is round in the hedge is intriguing me for years. Every time I visit this park I try to make something new using it. I do hope you like these two slightly different views to the theme.
Our grand-daughter deep in thoughts. My second entry to Photo 101 combined with this week of WPC Close Up. She is a wonderful model, full of different expressions and witty and cheeky in giving me feedback when I try to take photos of her.
I like to take photos out of a driving car when traveling (No worries, I am not doing the driving at those moments). Sometimes there is a funny shot in them. This is the motorway just south of Dordrecht at the Moerdijkbruggen (sorry link just in Dutch); the water it bridges is the Hollands Diep.. The first train bridge in the back is built for the high-speed line to Paris. When I looked up the photos at home I found this one. A cyclist meets the train head to head. Luckily he wears his helmet.
The skyline of Rotterdam in the setting sun of April 2015. Photo taken from driving car. I was not doing the driving.
It is a beautiful moment when Summer finally arrives and everything just bursts out in splendor.
The banks of the Thames at low tide.
With the Quantum Cloud.