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No people

Summer of 2015. Lot’s of rain, cold and stormy weather. No one wants to sit at this lonely bench…

Walking for water

Students in grades 7 and 8 of primary school in The Netherlands experience what their peers in developing countries must do to get drinking water: average 6 km walk with 6 liters of water. At the end, they drop the water in a tank, to see how much it is. Big fun, and a lot
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What is streetphotography?

As a starting streetphotographer I wandered around the internet in search of a definition for streetphotography. In vain, because I quickly found out there is no comprehensive definition. Definition streetphotography? Should it be in black and white, like many streetphotographers do, or can you shoot in color? Do you shoot people or don’t you? What
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The best of 2012

Discovering streetphotography The year 2012 is over, we’re all stil alive and kicking. Time to reflect at 2012. It was a great year, a special year, a crisis year, a dry year, a wet year, a year in which I took a lot of pictures (what else is new) and discovered a new way of photography for
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Nice movie

Anyone who surfs the internet and googles for ‘streetphotography’ comes up with a lot of stuff. One of the nice things I found was this video.

Funny pics

Did he even notice? The other day one of my appointments was cancelled and I took the opportunity to take a walk through the city of Harderwijk. During my walk I reached the shores of a lake, it’s called Wolderwijd or Veluwemeer. In the lake is a monument for fallen allied airmen from WW II.
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