De Terp is a location just 10 minutes drive from my home town, in Leidschenveen. It looks like a small church or chapel but in fact is a work of art erected in 2009.
For an upcoming InstaWalk event in my home town Zoetermeer, I want to take some photos on locations that we will probably visit. On of these locations is the Dobbe, right in the center of the city, near the market square and city hall.
The “Nelson Mandelabrug” or Mandela Bridge is one of Zoetermeer’s most iconic landmarks. It spans the A12 motorway and features a railway station in the middle. There is a cycling path in the bridge.
On a cold winter day I took some pictures in Oosterheem, Zoetermeer. The water was party frozen and there was a nice sunset.
The water tower in Zoetermeer is a structure built in 1927. It is one of the few buildings from a time when Zoetermeer was only a small town.
Doing some Urban Exploration (urbex) was on my bucket list for some time. So it was a golden opportunity when an office building just a block away from my house was being demolished.
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.
The second time I visited the Noord-AA lake north of my home town Zoetermeer. I went back to the same spot as last time.
Just a few blocks away from my house, the HSL high speed railway goes past Zoetermeer. The track is nothing special at first sight, but at some points when it crosses the water it becomes very interesting on a photo.
Sometimes you don’t have to travel far for a photo. I saw nice clouds in the sky and decided to take my bike and see if I could find a good spot in my neighborhood.