The Kaapse Bossen are one of the most beautiful forests in The Netherlands. Famous for its autumn colors. This year I made a long walk through the forest, capturing as much of the colorful beauty as I could.
The lighthouse on the island of Texel, Netherlands. Texel is Holand’s biggest island, bordering on one side the Northern Sea and on the other side the Waddenzee.
I visited Sardinia for a short holiday and used the opportunity to photograph its beautiful shorelines.
The Zaanse Schans is one of Holland’s most popular tourist attractions. A village full of typically Dutch farms and windmills. We ventured there to shoot some classic Dutch landscape photos.
The Rottemeren are just 15 minutes drive from my home. The area consists of a few lakes that are connected by the river Rotte. There is also a mill there, known as the “Eendrachtsmolen”.
The Noord-AA lake near my home town Zoetermeer (Sweet Lake City) is one of my favorite spots. A very simple composition, but combined with a long exposure effect I managed to achieve a soothing image.
I wanted to take some long exposure shots with reflection in the water. There are a couple of options near Zoetermeer. This time I chose the Vlietlanden, an area close to Voorschoten just a few minutes drive.
I visited Zeeland last weekend, and the city of Zierikzee in particular. Zeeland is a remarkable province in Holland. It is flat and quiet. And it has a long history of struggle with the sea. Now it is a popular holiday destination for the Dutch and the Germans.
Scheveningen is the closest beach to my house. It is a really popular seaside resort and when the weather is good, it can be very crowded. I went there to take some shots from the Pier in the sea. But also the Kurhouse and Beelden aan Zee.
The Noord-AA, or Zoetermeer lake, is the primary recreation area of the city. It is a man-made lake with depths of up to 30 meters. It is also a very nice place to be at sunset and easy to reach.