Stained Glass

Here is a church that was near the hotel I stayed in Amsterdam. They were having some sort of fashion show inside, of all things, but the stained glass was more interesting.

Bloody Stained Glass

Venetian Canals in Amsterdam

I’m headed back to Amsterdam soon because of the games conference, and I found this unposted shot in my library.

Venetian Canals in Amsterdam

Eva in Holland

Here is a new picture of Eva in Amsterdam. This one came out pretty well. I also posted an older one of her and June from Kenya. Note that the blonde is not the one from Kenya.


Opposites Attractive

Mills Working Late

I grabbed this just before sunset in the Netherlands. I like the blues in the homes on the nearside.

Working Mills at Dusk

Streaming Windmills

Holland at sunset…

Streaming Windmill

Some Holland HDRs

It’s been a while since I posted some pictures of Holland, so here is a cool church and um… some cool squnched up old building.


Time Squeeze

Saint Bevo

Here is Saint Bevo in Haarlem. I’m not super happy with this picture because it doesn’t look as enormous as it really is. Below, I put a picture of the inside, with which I am happy.


Golden Room

Golden Dome

This is Johannes

Johannes van Dam is currently living out his dream, performing famously in his role as the number one restaurant reviewer in Amsterdam. He works for the newspaper “Het Parool” and is currently spending his Sunday morning at a his local coffee shop reading his own review in the newspaper, smiling ruefully.

He is happy to talk to me and motions out at the rainy street. “This was a canal about 30 years ago,” he nods, looking over his glasses. “Then we build road because we not need that canal anymore.”

He shakes the newspaper and backhand slaps his review in a gesture of disbelief. He utters some Dutch explicative while laughing, and then stabs at his column with his finger. “This is a good review my friend!”

This is Johannes

Windmills in the Evening

This was taken in the countryside of Holland when I got off the train and walked over to a rather pastoral area that looked like it was frozen in time.

Windmills in the Evening

Church on the Canal

This was taken around midnight in the middle of the red light district of Amsterdam. You can see one of those eerie pink windows off to the left. For this one, I recommend you click on this Large on Black version.
The Church over the Canal Bridge

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