The Changing Seasons #2

I joined in January the Monthly Photo Challenge named The Changing Seasons, which runs from the 7th to the 15th day of the month throughout the year, hosted by Cardinal Guzman.

I am shooting a mix of nature and places I like in Amsterdam, so that if you don’t know it yet, you can also get a feel on how the city looks like.

Here is my February gallery. Enjoy it and let me know what you think. I learn a lot from every comment you make, and I also love talking to you.

If you want to compare, click here to see the gallery I made for The Changing Seasons #1.

In this gallery you can see the following places:

  • Amstel river; the city has been named after it.
  • Geldeserkade
  • Typical Amsterdam houses with sun reflections.
  • The Dam Palace at Dam square; a busy place throughout the year.
  • The Rijksmuseum and the ice skating rink.
  • Views of the Borneo Eiland canals – Stuurmankade, Stokerkade, and Borneokade – in the new and modern area of the East harbor, just 5-10 min from the center.
  • Views of the Vondelpark

Photos taken with Olympus OM-D M1 and OM-D E-M10 mirrorless.

Till next month!

31 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons #2

  1. Your photos make me feel as if I’m there! I especially love the colorful Canalhouses and the seagull that’s perched atop a piece of ice in the river…What a gorgeous city — The ice rink looks like a fun place to hang out too in the winter….
    Much love from NYC and happy Sunday!

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  2. Dipping in from the challenge (though I haven’t done my Feb one yet – waiting for the sky to stop being so dull!). You have some lovely images here and I really like the canal houses and both the sunset and sunrise ones. Great light captured. Off to look at your January set now to compare.
    Jude xx


    • Hi Jude, thank you so much for visiting the blog. I am happy you liked the gallery. I made some photos last week but they were colorless and I decided to bet on a sunnier day. It worked. Hope you like the first gallery. Let me know what you think. I didn’t shoot again some of the locations.


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