A series on Rotterdam – Market Hal/Markthal (Part 2)

The food market called “Markthal”, or translated for the non Dutch speakers, Market Hall is a great addition to Rotterdam, the ever growing city. This week I’ll share ten photos of this 40 meters high building with 4600 square meters shopping area, 1600 square meters of pubs and restaurants, and a garage providing parking spots for over a thousand cars. Today’s post, is the second and last

A series on Rotterdam – Market Hal/Markthal (Part 1)

This week I’ll continue the series on the Dutch city Rotterdam with one of the newest attraction: The Market Hall (or in Dutch “Markthal”). This enormous building, opened in 2014 by Queen Maxima, is home to many little food shops, varying from doughnuts to tapas, and from Chinese food to Surinamese food (Surinamese sandwiches are the best). A delicious place to visit, and

A series on Rotterdam – Erasmusbrug/Erasmus Bridge (Part 1)

With almost 620.000 residents, Rotterdam is the second largest city of The Netherlands. The port of Rotterdam has been the busiest port of the world since 1962, until it this “first place” was overtaken by Singapore in 2002, and later Shanghai. Unfortunately there aren’t many old buildings left in Rotterdam, due to the heavy bombing on May 14,

Landscape photography – Three mistakes I made

Back in December 2014, I went for a photography hike in the wetlands “Oisterwijkse Vennen”, The Netherlands. The past months have been very busy, so it took me a while to post-process the photos. And while post-processing, I found a series of mediocre photos. And I wondered… What went wrong that day?

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