I am joining the Monthly Photo Challenge named The Changing Seasons, which will run from the 7th to the 15th day of the month throughout the year, hosted by Cardinal Guzman.
I almost missed the deadline, as the weather hasn’t been kind in the last two weeks in Amsterdam. I had wished to do better than share gray photos of places covered with rain. Yesterday there was a quick break around 3pm, and as the sun was shining I headed to the locations I had previously chosen. This is the outcome.
Here you can see the following places:
- Typical Amsterdam houses and Weeping tower, St Nicholas church tower
- Central Station
- Typical canal houses
- National Monument Obelisk at Dam Square
- The Dam Palace at Dam square
- Science Center Nemo
- National Maritime Museum
- Replica of 18th century cargo ship “The Amsterdam” from the VOC East India Company
- “I amsterdam”; one busy place where tourists love to make photos in front of the Rijksmuseum.
- The Rijksmuseum
- Views of the Borneo Eiland, also in the new and modern area of the East harbor, just 5-10 min from the central station. And that’s where I live as well. You may have recognized the red bridge, the featured image of my blog.
- Views of the Vondelpark
Photos taken with Olympus OM-D E-M10 mirrorless. Lens M.Zuiko 14-42mm. 1:3.5-5.6
Besides cropping a few photos for better composition, I was lucky to shoot right before the golden hour with a bright sky smiling at me. Thanks, sun!
Just so you know, it started raining again after sunset and hasn’t yet stopped…
Till next month!