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Houseboats in Amsterdam

Last spring we visited the Netherlands and its gardens Keukenhof in Europe. Amsterdam was of course a must see stop. It is a beautiful city that has its own charm.  You can choose a trip on the water to see how it looks from the water, it is of course different view on the city When the sun lights up the channels, they light up and shine forth and the city even in the cold spring months looks amazing.   Living on the water is the domain of the Dutch. Their construction... continue reading

Dutch gables, canal(side) houses

Good morning!Just want to inform you that I have enlarged the number of my online images with pictures of traditional Dutch gables and stately canal(side) houses. So if you are interested in these images, just take a look at my online portfolio.Greetings,Gerrit JanCulturalstockphoto  continue reading

Panama... the 7 Seas Right through My Dooooor...

Well, not the 7 seas, but definitely two. I had the pleasure of traveling back to the tropics in early January and escape the increasingly mild Winter we've been having. Still, 80 degree weather and ocean breezes were a welcomed respite. One of the most amazing things to do while in Panama is to travel from the Pacific to the Atlantic. It's a magical experience that I highly recommend. By car, it can be done in less than two hours (without traffic of course)!Attached are some of the views I captured... continue reading

Gay Pride 2011, Amsterdam

Last weekend on 6 of August the canal parade of the annual Gay Pride event took place at the canals of Amsterdam. The theme of this year was 'All together now'. In total 80 boats participated this year.One of the boats I liked most, was the boat packed with brides and grooms: celebrating the existence of 10 years Gay Marriage.Passengers of the boat were beautifully dressed up as brides and grooms. Although it can not be seen on the image, there was signboard as well indicating which countries... continue reading

'When my ship comes in '.

Many families owned a small share of ocean going sailing vessels. Merchants owned most of the shares but friends and family, farmers and labourers owned a small portion. The practice was to sell 64 shares for a ship's construction. This entitled one to 1/64 of the money made when the ship and cargo was sold at the end of its journey. Thus the expression' when my ship comes in ' is still used today by people looking forward to the time when a gamble or investment pays off and makes them wealthy.... continue reading

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