The Changing Seasons #4

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

I’m shooting some of the same places in Amsterdam as I did in previous months. You may not recognize them as the city is full of tourists. I am sharing some photo galleries with you:

1. The City.

2. The Eye Film Institute, with its modern architecture, so that you know a new place.

3. The Canals.

4.The Flowers.

Here is my April 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. Click if you want to enlarge the photos.

 The City

 The Eye Film Institute

The Canals

 And the Flowers

If you want to compare, click here to see the previous photo galleries:

The Changing Seasons #3

The Changing Seasons #2

The Changing Seasons #1

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

Till next month!

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46 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons #4

  1. Awe, they are wonderful! You live in a great city. And you have a great eye for shooting people – I love the hugging couple in the first series; also the architecture and the canal are amazing.


  2. A lot of people in Amsterdam! So many tourists.
    Great galleries for this challenge. The film institute looks like something that Snøhetta could have designed (I checked it and it was designed by Delugan Meissl architects). Probably all the architects go to the same schools and that’s why they make similar looking stuff…
    The canals seem like a great place to relax. Thanks for the entry!

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    1. It is not necessarily pleasant when there are so many tourists. But hey, they have the right to know the place too.
      Happy you liked the galleries. I posted an overdose of photos, I admit. It was difficult to make choices, it was late in the evening…I went for all.
      Interesting thought about the architecture. You may as well be right. Somehow you recognize the same style.
      The best place to be is on a boat; you don’t feel the crowd as much and is always beautiful and very relaxing.
      I do like this challenge and have fun preparing it every month. So, no need to thanks me. My pleasure.


      1. There is no such thing as ‘late’ in my challenge and no ‘overdose’ either 🙂 Rules are just suggestions, not boundaries meant to kill creativity and the joy of sharing.
        Boats are great to be on and brilliant to sleep on!


  3. An absolutely incredible gallery you have posted! The tulips are beautiful and so vibrant–captured very deftly! I’m just shaking my head looking at all the tourists–that’s a lot of company you have there! I saw in the canal pics the greening of the landscapes. Spring had finally sprung!!


    1. Hi Terri, thanks.
      It is way too much. I am glad I don’t live anymore in the historic canals area, so I don’t experience these crowds on a daily basis.
      Spring arrived majestically. It is not yet often warm but some days are very sunny with pleasant temps.

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  4. Your photos make me want to return to Amsterdam–a city we love. I didn’t realize that you live there. How wonderful. I was drawn to the picture of the couple hugging and the modern architecture.–Patti


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