Amsterdam, Netherlands – Day

I’m back in Germany, and my leave is coming to a slow end. I’m still off for the rest of the week, though. The stays in Bruges and Amsterdam were excellent, but it lacked good weather. Unfortunately, this prevented me from using the full potential Amsterdam has to offer. Yet, it was the first time I visited Amsterdam in the Winter, and it gave me a chance to see it in a cold and grayish way.


Every morning, we walked over a bridge that allowed a good shot. It is the same bridge from the first photo of the first Amsterdam post. The weather wasn’t all that great, but the fog turned the photo into something acceptable.


Still on the bridge.


A street in Amsterdam. I love how the trees seem to dance around the parked cars. Ents in the Netherlands?



Typical for Amsterdam. Bicycles.



Fancy, tiny, and crooked buildings.


Van Gogh Museum and trees. And people. In black and white.


The nine windows in this photo belong to the front-left side of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.



Nikon D5300

Nikon DX VR AF-P NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6


Adobe Lightroom CC


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