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Week 14 2015, from April 14th.



The river Amstel, more and more like a bowl of eels.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A selfie or the shortest way by Coogle Mapse?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Golden Age of Fashion in front of the Concert Hall.
Hans Arend




Monday.
Day nursery logistics.
Hans Arend


Week 14 2015, from April 14th.



Another hockey girl,
waiting for transport home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Hockey girl going to the field?
Hans Arend




Sunday.
Keeping up with the workload on Sunday.
Hans Arend




The Beethovenstraat will be reachable pretty soon.
Hans Arend




Inner silence amidst a natural oasis in town.
Hans Arend




It's getting warmer in the sun.
Hans Arend




Saturday.
Wijk aan Zee is preparing for the summer.
Hans Arend




Friday.
NO-PARKING
in some places in Povidence.

Lewis D. Dana




At last time to wear these airy jeans.
Hans Arend




This knee will sooner get a nice tan than yours.
Hans Arend




A lighthearted day today.
Hans Arend




Another fine DS!
Hans Arend




Thursday.
A fine tone, green.
Hans Arend




A sunny reminder.
Hans Arend




Going downtown one walks or rides on the sunny side.
Hans Arend





A welcome break.
Hans Arend




The other day I had mistaken this motorcycle for a Ducati.
Well, it's a Yamaha, neat though, isn't it?
Hans Arend




Wednesday.
It takes a lot more work to refurbish the floor.
Hans Arend




Tuesday.
Again we saw that British girls certainly are hotblooded!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Ferrari! A Ferrari, yelled the ten passing schoolkids.
Hans Arend




Monday.
Kids are moved around in carts nowadays.
Hans Arend


Week 13 2015, from April 6th.



As if they're rowing on the Serpentine.
Hans Arend




A Zoomer that we so often see on this square.
Hans Arend




A nice and elegant girl
that could have been a model for Edgar Degas.
Hans Arend




On the way up we saw a violent exident by Dirk Skreber.
Hans Arend




Sunny Sunday.
Enthusiastic welcome in Christies by, yes, Niki de Saint Phalle.
Hans Arend




Girls have a lighter heart since Spring commenced,
which you may see in the way they dress the last days.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The crossing is almost ready.
The cycle path was colored red, to make clear
it's especially for bikes.
Hans Arend




A new and easier way to check the time,
when one has trouble reading the old clock with hands:
just push the button and its says:
HET IS VIJF VOOR ELF,
for instance, when the Dutch language is installed.
Qlocktwo.
QP Exclusive Watches.
Hans Arend




Not easy, keeping up with Joanah.
Hans Arend




A good tempo.
Hans Arend




Friday.
A solitary guest possibly just has texted probable company.
Hans Arend




Torture is banned but in two-thirds of the world's countries
it is still being committed in secret. Too many governments
still allow wrongful imprisonment, murder or 'disappearance'
to be carried out by their officials with impunity.
Peter Benenson
Photo Lewis D. Dana
from Providence, Rhode Island.




Is the (Pauw) necktie back in the formal dress code?
Hans Arend




Thursday.
It's my treat dear!
Hans Arend




Out in the sun it's getting warmer, at last.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A modern castle in the South, which is for sale
in the Willem Kesstraat in Amsterdam, in a drone view.




Leidsekade in de voorjaarszon.
Hans Arend




Wednesday.
Plantage Middenlaan, Artis.
Hans Arend




Modern castle for sale
in the South of Amsterdam, in the Willem Kesstraat.
Hans Arend




Location's not in the South of France, but the South of Amsterdam.
Hans Arend




Happy hour in the Bagels & Beans Parnassusweg.
Hans Arend




I believe Spring's here at last!
Hans Arend




That was a fine stop-over!
Hans Arend




That's back to the town centre!
Hans Arend




Tuesday.
There comes a time when you have to choose
between turning the page and closing the book.
Josh Jameson
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Moored yuppy sloops.
Hans Arend




Don't ye walk too fast home?
Hans Arend




Mooring prohibited, averting rusty sloops and rotting small boats.
Hans Arend




Easter show in the window of Menno Kroon.
Hans Arend




Going with the flo on Easter Sunday.
Hans Arend




The race is on!
Hans Arend




My mum and dad have always enjoyed life,
and it's something that's been instilled in me.
I wake up in a good mood most mornings.
Rafe Spall




Monday.
It's a game to me and besides I keep the cyclepath tidy.
Hans Arend




Too awful crowded in the city.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Zoomer Liberator in Providence, Rhode Island.
Lewis Dana


Week 12 2015, from March 30th.



Even snel koffie in de Spuistraat.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A more exquisite motor.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A Zoomer rushes from the Thorbeckeplein uphill across the bridge.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Another Zoomer in the Beethovenstraat.
Hans Arend




Saturday.
Foreign money exchange.
Hans Arend




Overnight spring settled down on the branches.
Hans Arend




A new load of cement has been deposited.
The crossing had been completely filled.
Hans Arend




The areas of consensus shift unbelievably fast;
the bubbles of certainty are constantly exploding.
Rem Koolhaas
Hans Arend




Long periods of sunshine.
Hans Arend




Saturday.
Overland freight connection with Ibiza is a reality
Hans Arend




Headin South for Easter.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The Panamericana through Mexico, not an easy-going trip.





Remarkable as well as impressively beautiful levitating Merc 300.
Probably one out of Renaud Marion's atelier.





Fast forgotten, the Mercedes-Benz 300SLR (W196R).
Hans Arend




Remember back in 1954 or so when some of us were in high school or thinking about it… and the 300SLRs (W196R) dazzled us kiddies by soaring the length of the Panamericana Highway, blasting buzzards and records all the way… and then Uhlenhaut turned the race car concept into the magnificent 300SL And then, one magical day, we actually saw one? You Pennsylvanians may remember that Cresko Motors (the Kaiser Fraser cum M-B dealer) brought the M-B transporter into town for the Giant's Despair Hill Climb, though I'm darned if I can remember what car it was carrying. Looked just like this.
So what's the point, you may be yelling… Specifically, if you're a fan of the 300 SL gullwing (not the too luxurious roadster), you'll want to watch Jay Leno talk about his barn (well, shipping container) find. And then go for a ride. I never really cared for the Leno show, but I can listen to Jay talk about cars all day long. He loves them and he really knows his stuff. (He's about the only person around who knows how to get up steam in a Doble or a Stanley Steamer.

Here's Jay Leno:

http://autoweek.com/article/car-life/jay-leno-welcomes-1955-mercedes-benz-300sl-gullwing-his-garage

LDDana





The initial pure form stands out so nicely
compared with the wheeled version of the Mercedes 200SL.




Flying DS from Jacob Munkhammar's garage.




The Golden Age of Motoring came flying by.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




On the latest Van Moof bike to the Late Rembrandt exhibition.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
I see my tram!
Hans Arend


Week 11 2015, from March 23rd.



March 29 – April 4. By joelmeyerowitz2014
Speeding south from Paris on a rain slashed day, the fields monotone, the light heavy, with occasional flashes of brilliance compared to the overall density. These glimmers seemed to be of possible interest, since at 100 plus miles an hour they are visible and gone in a fraction of a second. And the camera can handle that, just barely under these condition, so I was watchful for these tinkling moments, and the way the power lines rise and fall in the window, and then, there it is!





Technisch gezien de andere kant
van een smartphone, een Cambo van de Fotoacademie.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Achensa dwarf carriage.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt


The Minervalaan on the far left, the new AKZO-Nobel building on the right.
Hans Arend


Houses of cards.
Hans Arend


High rises, deep falls.
Hans Arend


Shot from the top floor of the ABN-AMRO Bank.
Hans Arend


From the heart of the financial world in AMS.
Hans Arend




Op De Open Toren Dag - 28-3-20015 - maakten wij foto's van de Westelijke toren
van het hoofdkantoor van de ABNAMRO Bank op de Amsterdamse Zuidas.
Hans Arend




Haywire?
Hans Arend




No connection between the North and the South
of Amsterdam via the Beethovenstraat.
Hans Arend




Saturday.
Preparations for a smooth crossing.
Hans Arend




Gasten bij van de opening van de Napoleon-tentoonstelling
in de Hermitage werden naar huis gebracht met een elektrische BMW.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Not a cool observateur (l'Obs) when the photographer shot him.




Cold and rainy.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Before the rain came.
Bart van Dijk




But Pierre, in the open cabin it's too cold and too windy!
Hans Arend




The first climax of the charge
was a forceful rumble on the window.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.
[John 8:7]
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Next time, when it's not raining!
Hans Arend




Looks swell at a distance.
Hans Arend




Wednesday.
I'm amazed!
Hans Arend




Isabelle Bracquemond posted this remarkable photo: "Lovely original pic of the brand spanking new Voisin C20 Demi-Berline at the 1931 Salon. What an utterly fabulous car this is! 4.9 litre V12 sleeve-valve engine, under-slung chassis and the striking body design by Gabriel Voisin's architect friend Andre Noël-Noël Telmont (GV studied architecture also). Only 20 or so C20s are thought to have been produced and probably not all with the V12 engine. Miraculously this car, chassis #47505, survives in Amelia Island-winning condition (!) This is in no small part due to it's having been bought by the celebrated Cameron Peck in 1950 (for $500!). Mr Peck, of course, owned the Berline des Voyages Bugatti T41 Royale concurrently. It is presently appropriately owned by a Mr Rich of Pennsylvania!"





If it's yellow, let it mellow. If it's brown, flush it down.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Still too cold.
Hans Arend




No more lessons after the break?
Hans Arend




Tuesday.
Coffee break.
Hans Arend




Off the road with a big bang.

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt





Robert Hood, no kin I presume.
Hans Arend




They swapped wheels, they said.
Hans Arend




Monday.

A bleak day. They're early though, at ten.
Hans Arend


Week 10 2015, from March 16th.



Still a bit cool to ride on one of these.
Hans Arend




Dads are on their way to the zoo.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Pretty cool!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Smoother still, no classic wheels, no hubs.




The wheelless-bicycle Bob!




When I see a DS I always see the initial concept.




Ain't she cute? Girl visiting 175 year old Arti et Amicitiae.
http://www.arti.nl

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Driving a white Citroën DS which was too voluminous
for my first wife to drive we were enthused when the GS was announced.
It was love at first sight, with its design and modern promises.
I bought one of the first, also white, and we happily went on holiday.
Soon the vehicle felt as a lightweight 2CV, thin chairs, flimsy everything,
and all that could break down broke. After three months the GS was
replaced by a new sturdy Mercedes 180, which served me for ten years.
Jacob Munkhammar




At the Rhode Island Supreme Court,
the good guys drive white cars and the bad guys drive black ones.
LDD




Saturday.
Fantasy or hard-core crime in the reading room?
iPhone Hans Arend




1957 Chrysler Imperial with optional Flitesweep deck lid.




Thibault Philippe
is happy to have safely reached the other side of the Amstel.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Dense traffic on the narrow bridge.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Lieder oder pop?
Hans Arend




Kinda mud.
Hans Arend




You've forgotten something on the counter!
Hans Arend




See ye at the day care!
Hans Arend




Friday.
Yeah, granny's home.
Hans Arend




Two ways of seeing the city.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Fijn span!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Rita Loonen, Bonny Huf, Corine Rottschaefer and Ford Country Squire 1961.
Photo Paul-Huf




Change of tools.
Hans Arend




Making photos of what, for what?
Hans Arend




Walking swiftly downtown.
Hans Arend




Thursday.
Ducati, workman's means of transport?
Hans Arend




Lancia Fulvia 1/1.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Colder again.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt





This shot from the Ultimate Car Page of the Jabbekke Jaguar XK120 fits right in with your wheel-less series. But, as it says in the message subject line: I like 'em better with the wheels down. It makes landings much smoother. LDD

The XK120 was launched in open two-seater or (US) roadster form at the 1948 London Motor Show as a testbed and show car for the new Jaguar XK engine. The display car was the first prototype, chassis number 670001. It looked almost identical to the production cars except that the straight outer pillars of its windscreen would be curved on the production version. The roadster caused a sensation, which persuaded Jaguar founder and design boss William Lyons to put it into production.
Beginning in 1948, the first 242 cars wore wood-framed open 2-seater bodies with aluminium panels. Production switched to the 1cwt or 112 lb (51 kg) heavier[5] all-steel in early 1950. The "120" in the name referred to the aluminium car's 120 mph (193 km/h) top speed (faster with the windscreen removed), which made it the world's fastest production car at the time of its launch. In 1949 the first production roadster, chassis number 670003, was delivered to Clark Gable.





Gloomy weather.
Hans Arend




Wednesday.
Typically English furniture shop will soon move to Hoofddorp.
Hans Arend




De familie Kiekes
van de Stichting ter Bevordering
van Amateurfotografie,
met foto's van Paul Huf.
De FOTOgraaf Nr 1. van 2015.





Surprising appearance of the Recarcar on the museums lawn.




It's warmer apparently.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Citycenter outbound.
Hans Arend




Magnificent, absurd surealistic photos by Manolo Mylonas
in De FOTOgraaf.
Hans Arend




Steps like in the word steps.
Hans Arend




Oh a redhead!
Hans Arend




Can't hear ye, can't hear ye!
Hans Arend




Colorful indeed!
Hans Arend




Dinsdag.
Is de Zuidas misschien op de Goudkust of andersom?
Hans Arend




Not a period camera.

Looks like they are shooting on the Red camera, cheap camera, and cheap lens.
Good to know all us film crew look the same all over the world. Dan Edwards

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Another prop in the German Anne Frank movie.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunset over the Zuidas.
Hans Arend




Always kinda liked this car, a 1970 Chrysler New Yorker 2-door hardtop.
Photographed by Beni Bischof.




Sunny but still rather cold.
Hans Arend




Koffieuur met Lucas de Man.
Hans Arend




Monday.
I'll be back soon!
Hans Arend


Week 09 2015, from March 9th.







Blue beauty. It was spotted by Gijs Berk on this year's Geneva Motor Show he noted that this Touring Superleggera Berlinetta Lusso, in a subdued shade of blue, was a remarkable highlight. Touring calls it Azzurro Niourlague and claims there's, "a hint of Mediterranean sea in a sunny and windy day.
The alloy body of the Berlinetta Lusso is handmade in the same way the panelbeaters and welders of the famous Italian coachbuilder did in the 1960 ties. But its mechanical, electrical and electronic equipment and its powertrain are those of the-state-of-the-art front-engined Ferrari F12. The 6.3 liter engine delivers 740 Bhp (544 kW) at 8,250 rpm and 690 Nm (509 lb ft) of torque at 6,000 rpm. So, there is no doubt about the performance of this automotive jewel. But the most striking feature of this latest Touring Superleggera creation is its clean and racy shape. We don’t believe in overdesign," concedes Louis de Fabribeckers, head of Touring's design team. We try to keep applying the fundamental Touring design philosophy: we concentrate on volumes and proportions. Although the body for the Berlinetta Lusso was designed using pencil and paper and made by hand beating the aluminum body panels into shape, this does not mean that we aimed to produce a retro design. But we felt that for small series (the production of these exclusive Berlinetta Lusso will be limited to five units) there is no need for modern techniques like laser-measured guiding the placement of carbon fiber panels made in molds and baked in an oven. Especially if, like we at Touring, one has the in house knowledge and experience many other coachbuilders can only dream of. At the Geneva Show there was no information available about what the Touring Superleggera's Berlinetta Lusso is going to cost, but we can predict that its price will be astronomical. 




Citroën van during the second world war
- in the German movie about Anne - in close proximity of the house
where the Frank's had been in hiding.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Who 's bike is this?!




Sunday.
It's probably sunny towmorrow, but not today in Heemstede.
iPhoto Hans Arend




Kiek nu voor later!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




No wheels!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Will it be sunny coming Sunday, anywhere?




Hard work for a new future.
Hans Arend




Leo van Doeselaar aan de unieke Erard vleugel
Wyneke Jordans geeft een inleiding en toelichting.
Hans Arend




Saturday.
Vandaag gaven Wyneke Jordans en Leo van Doeselaar
een magistraal quatre-mains recital van stukken van Robert Schumann
in de Noorderkerk op de Noordermarkt.
Hans Arend




Join me on an air drive into the country Renaud Marion?




Heerlijk fris wandelweer, in de Negen Straatjes.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Calling it a day?
Hans Arend





Last ticket?
Hans Arend




Friday.
Samya is calling it a day, in the Bagels & Beans.
Hans Arend




In Amsterdam it was Dick Schiferli, the adman, who drove a Mustang
in this color. In France and Switzerland we more recently spotted Renaud Marion.




Renaud Marion is doing some shopping
in his Chevrolet el Camino.




A Peugeot 201, featuring in the German Anne Frank movie.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Changing Winter tires with Summer tires!
Renaud Marion




Jaguar XK 120, revisualized by Renaud Marion.




David Beckham is a Modern Essential.
Hans Arend




Must have been a highly sensitive person!
Hans Arend




Thursday.
On the sunny side of the street,
on the mini terrace of Bagels & Beans.
Hans Arend




Home for three days and expected the snow to have vanished.
No such luck. It's all still here, though the temperature has climbed
to shirt sleeve level at 50 F.
Lewis D. Dana




Flying above the fields in utter comfort.
Jacob Munkhammar




World war II Citroën Traction Avant
on the German filmset of Anne Frank.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Without wheels this Aston Martin DB5
has no roll resistance and is even way quicker
than the standard model.




Cargohopper, narrower,
handier in the city,
with six wheels. It works!
Hans Arend




Jacob Munkhammar's business van.




An E-type revisualized by Renaud Marion,
living and working at the M.A.D. Gallery in Paris, he is
a 39-year-old photographer from the French Alps.




Daar bij die rijwielhandel kun je
een fiets kopen waarmee je niet direct omvalt.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




This Renault 16 is parked in front of Jacob Munkhammar's
studio/garage, where it was fully reconceptionalized.




I do! I do!
Hans Arend




It'll take some days.
Hans Arend




Pause.
Hans Arend




Spring's the time to jump to new conclusions.
Hans Arend




Around the corner she quietlysat to eat the whole bun.
Hans Arend




Tuesday.
Already took a bite.
Hans Arend




What next?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Hurt.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




In the garage of Renaud Marion we also found this Mercedes 190SL.




Jacob Munkhammar's spectacular DS.




Monday.
It takes a long time to rejuvenate
the pavement of the tram tracks in the Beethovenstraat.
Hans Arend


Week 08 2015, from March 2nd.



March: Breitling's proud Lockheed Super Constellation.
Hans Arend




Time's speeding by.
Hans Arend




Zondag.
In de zon op 't Hoogt bij Amersfoort.
Hans Arend




Heerlijke chocola bij Chocoa 2015 in de Beurs van Berlage.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Saturday.
The dog's quietly lying under the table.
Hans Arend




Sakia de Boer op Het Boekenbal.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




We'll be home before daddy is home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Firday.
Her black dog is typical for Monique's appearance
in the Bagels & Beans, but not for her typical mood,
since she's always joyful and energetic.
Hans Arend




Melk, de Witte Motor, weet u nog?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




They all have come to watch the Nightwatch.
Lewis D. Dana




Real blond? Real red?
Hans Arend




Real love.
Hans Arend




Thursday.
Real fur?
Hans Arend




Some fortunate moonlighters landed on the Zuidas.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




You went against the traffic, that's why.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt





University for sale, some professors, but not their opninions.
Bart van Dijk




Sophie en Lynn en pap in de Pancake Bakery.
Hans Arend




Pleasant stop-over in De Hallen.
Hans Arend




While playing he came from the cellar.
Hans Arend




In case you can't carry them all y'rself.
Hans Arend




Backside of the Entrepotdok.
Hans Arend




In time?
Hans Arend




Willem is surprised by all those new bicycles.
Hans Arend




See?
Hans Arend




But then also lotsa new architecture in the Czaar Peterstraat.
Hans Arend




Still a bit of the army like barracks atmosphere
in the old houses you'll see in the Czaar Peterstraat.
Hans Arend




Is that real? Seen in De Hallen.
Hans A.




The backyard of coffeeshop
Helena Prima Koffie in de Czaar Peterstraat 171.
Enough room for romantic development.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Trying to solve a crossword puzzle.
Hans A.




On top of it fresh grass.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Casual but heavy transport.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Special edition of the Twingo.
Hans A.




Besides, I can find my way on the map.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
The pavement of the whole crossing will be gone.
Hans A.




A danger in traffic without the necessary experience riding a bike.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Making speed down the ramp of the Skinny Bridge.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Eenzame lunch.
Hans A.




In een scheet werd de laag tussen de rails verwijderd.
Hans A.




Maandag.
De Beethovenstraat krijgt een nieuw wegdek.
Hans A.


Week 07 2015, from February 16th.



Passionate about his quality camera.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Smoothly she crosses the threshold.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Binnen de kortste keren zullen de zalige bagels zijn gebracht.
Hans A.




Zondag.
In gedachten vliegt hij door het verkeer.
Hans A.




Joris Luyendijk
met zijn opmerkelijke nieuwe boek
Dit kan niet waar zijn.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Pauze.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Saturday.
Op de verjaardag van Sophie (8) is Willem ook een beetje jarig (3).
iPhone Hans A.




Delicacy from the Nutella shop.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Low sun.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Time flies.




Friday.
A runner must run with dreams in his heart.
Emil Zatopek




Stop-over.
Hans A.




Shopping spree.
Hans A.




Quite a performance so it seems.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Giant letters indeed.
Hans A.




We went through the Simplon Tunne
and on to Locarno for lunch today.
Outdoors on a terrace along Lago Maggiore.
Then back to our hotel in Brig.
Tomorrow, Glacier Express to Chur.
Soon, Amsterdam.
Cheers, Lewis D. Dana




Combining work and breakfast.
Hans A.




Early birds starting up.
Hans A.




Early shopkeepers.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Early birds don't chirp.
Hans A.




A moment of relaxation.
Hans A.




Hurrying home from the office on the Zuidas.
Hans A.




BMW Evolution, looks like it.
Hans A.




No rain expected.
Hans A.




Paul Noyen soon will look bright again.
Hans A.




Less cold today.
Hans A.




Green!
Hans A.




Tuesday.
It's not raining!
Hans A.




Sunday.
No time for a lounging nap, prepapring the house for the painters.
Hans A.




Zaterdag.
Even ruimte gemaakt voor de winterschilders.
Hans A.




Carefree but lunatically parked bike,
as we nowadays see them so often in town.
Hans A.




Luckily I had my phone in my pocket.
SmartPhone Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
Oil on water is being removed.
SmartPhone Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Strunch, street cruising lunch.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Early lessons to get the hang of buying.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Heel rigoreus.
Hans A.




Citroën DS in front of the formerly renowned design company Total Design.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Yellow is in!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Matt big Mini.
Hans A.




Tiles are gone, fences next.
Hans A.




Spring's in the air, not in her hair.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
So light!
Hans A.




The lines were too long and it was too cold to stay in them.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Isn't this too close?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The tramstops on the bridge across
the Reijnier Vinkeleskade are being removed,
cancelled.
Hans A.




On a shopping spree in spite of the cold.
Hans A.




Remarkable coat.
Hans A.




Monday.
Catherine Keyl
laat zich niet deren door de kou.
Hans A.


Week 06 2015, from February 9th.



After buying her thing at the Angel Basics
she swerved in an elegant sweep into the traffic heading downtown.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Zondag.
Ook op Zondag wordt er hard gewerkt
aan de nieuwe rookkamer van de sigarenwinkel van Davidoff.
Hans A.




Some errands for mam.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




I'm on my way!
Hans A.




They susprised me by overtaking me
with at a marching pace, while pushing me out of their way.
Hans A.




Wisdom is the reward
you get for a lifetime
of listening when you'd have
preferred to talk.
Doug Larson




Not touching the ground.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Het thema was:
Kind zijn, hart nodig!
Hans A.




The Breitling Navitimer GMT.

As many of us ‘watch-aficionado’s’ probably already know, GMT stands for Greenwich Mean Time. GMT refers to the mean solar time at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London, which is adopted as the global time standard. Watch manufacturers around the world, like Breitling, manufacture movements in which they house a GMT function. But how does this actually work?
A ‘regular’ movement operates only one time zone, which can be read via the hours, minutes and seconds hands of the watch. The GMT function on a movement consists of an extra hand, which refers to a specific hour in a second time zone. 
For example: your home time is set in The Netherlands on 10:08 AM. If you want to know the local time on the west coast of the United States, you only have to set the GMT hand on the local time in Los Angeles - with a time difference of minus 9 hours in comparison to the Netherlands this refers to 01:08 AM in Los Angeles. After you’ve set the GMT hand on the correct position - to be exact, in between half past one and one o’clock - the movement of the Navitimer GMT will also operate the GMT hand, giving you the exact time in The Netherlands as well as in Los Angeles: simple yet practical for those who are connected in several parts of the world! 
Along with the practical use of a GMT hand, the Navitimer stays true to its heritage, and houses a lot of other functions in the superb chronograph feature! Also, the Manufacture Calibre B04 movement by Breitling is visible via the transparent case back. The 48 mm diameter also provides a perfect legibility as well as being a fashion statement on the wrist. Besides this elegant stainless steel version, the Navitimer GMT is also available in a red gold limited edition series!
Hans A.
 



Sign of the
Breiting Flyers Club.
Hans A.




Half March this square in the Willemsparkweg will be completely tidied again!
Hans A.




So pleasant in the afternoon on the terrace of George W.P.A. on the Willemsparkweg.
Hans A.




With this new bank app I can see whether I have enough money.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Friday.
Open window, fiercely cold wind.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Port and starboard gloves!
Hans A.




Thursday.
There's your tram!
Hans A.




Surprise, a monowheel!

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Karmann Ghia over the years as a project.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Just hesitating, no seriously considering.
Hans A.




Away from the silence of her own room.
Hans A.




Green!
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Disastrous lack of love too long.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




This is the ceiling of our expenses.
Hans A.




A cello is way larger than a banjo silly.
Hans A.




"I am not an adventurer by choice but by fate."
Vincent van Gogh (Museum)




"My grandmother started walking five miles
a day when she was sixty. She's ninety-seven now,
and we don't know where the heck she is."
Hans A.




A true and honest redhead as far as we can see.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Pescara Berlinetta 1937 at the Grand Palais.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The Place to be!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Some Ford! This Flex.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Maandag.
Echt geen grap!
Hans A.


Week 05 2015, from February 2nd.



Triumphant Triumph, great getaway wheels.
Hans A.




Nothing happened.
Hans A.




Self Drive in Paris.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Mercedes 300 Gullwing
on the Salon de Rétromobile 2015.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Salon de Rétromobile 2015.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Green!
Hans A.




Didn't I say so, this is better than a takeaway!
Hans A.




If you can't stay please use our takeaway.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Almost lunch time.
Hans A.




We're the top floor at this end of the 1888 building.
Okay, so it isn't a Gouden Eeuw Grachtenpand. But it's home.
And the temperature this morning when Betty walked the dog,
it was -16 C. Yep, winter in New England.
Hope it's warmer, with tulips in Ams!
Lewis D.D.




Wouter Stelwagen was in Chongqing, China. Zijn foto's zijn een getuigenis van stilte, een visueel document van een landschap van prachtige eenzaamheid, een artistieke onderneming die het aandurft om de sociale context van de bewoonde wereld te verwijderen. Wouter's gevoel voor geometrie wordt gevangen in elk frame en compositie. Hij creëert een visuele reis die ons leidt naar de passiviteit en contemplatie die in ons allen zit. Op hetzelfde moment tonen deze foto's de kille eenzaamheid die zich ontwikkelt in de grote steden, waar het dagelijkse leven zich verwijdert van de warmte en menselijke touch. De visuele verhalen van deze foto's zijn tweeslachtig. Het zijn composities die beton gebruiken als een scheppend element, waarbij er uiteindelijk een boom of een bloempot in sluipt om een deel van de achtergrond te vormen. Of een glimp van het oude achterland. Herhaling is belangrijk in het werk van Wouter, net als de ingetogen tinten en pastelkleuren, de mist, de wind en de mystiek, dat allemaal lijdt tot een intense innerlijke beschouwing bij de kijker. De foto’s van Wouter Stelwagen, in 2002 afgestudeerd aan de Gerrit Rietveld Academie, zetten elke stad om in een spookstad, waar alleen het fotografische oog de tijd, de ideeën en alles wat er verder in het achterhoofd van deze maker zit, vast kan leggen.
http://www.seelevel.nl/shop/category/wouter-stelwagen/?productid=245#sthash.C6PidglT.dpuf





Photographer Orestes Gonzalez sent us his latest work yesterday
and we knew we had to run it today. The images were taken last Sunday
at Calvary Cemetery in Woodside/LIC.
Mr. Gonzalez wrote, "Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn
gets all the love but I think we have an incredible resting place
here in Queens as well. It's actually the nation's largest cemetery,
with over 3 million souls interred there, some dating back
to colonial times. It's smack next to the LIE, and is surrounded
by dense urban activity, but on a snowy day it is incredibly peaceful."
MUG Newsletter





The Spirit of St. Louis flies slowly,
timed with a Meistersinger clock on the wall.
Hans A.




No wine, I'm on the way to Paris.
Hans A.




Still one way on the Willemsparkweg.
Hans A.




A long way back.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Pleasant breakfast.
Hans A.




In a photography world increasingly prone to ‘fixing it in post’, Alexia Sinclair stands as a beacon to the hardworking artist who accepts nothing short of perfection. For each collection she creates, Alexia meticulously deconstructs the vision in her mind’s eye; then she sets about creating every little piece until she has a matching reality she can photograph. And her latest collection, Rococo, is perhaps her most impressive creation thus far.
Thousands of flowers were not Photoshopped in, but actually brought into her studio. Each costume was painstakingly handcrafted; and the one image that featured silk flowers required that each flower be hand-painted white to look like porcelain.
500 px.com
Video: https://vimeo.com/118204183




Yellow Korner.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Before the snow came.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
K.
Hans A.




Frank Gehry's "paper bag" – a new architectural icon for Australia!
American architect Frank Gehry's first work in Australia was officially opened Monday. The AUD180 million (US$138 million) Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is part of the business school at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and will house over 1,600 students and staff. Australia's Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove has called it "the most beautiful squashed brown paper bag I've ever seen."
Named after the Chinese-Australian billionaire who contributed a total of AUD25 million towards the cost, and whose son Eric attends the university, the building was first approved in 2010 and work began in November 2012.
The most striking feature of the building is its east-facing sandstone colored, undulating facade. The building is made from 320,000 handmade bricks, set an angles so tricky that one of Australia's master bricklayers had to come out of retirement to complete the project.
Why brick? "The 19th century buildings in Sydney are still the most accessible," said Gehry. "There is a humanity about them and the modern buildings can be cold and off-putting so the idea of using brick was a part of the (building) community here, there is a brick culture."
Sir Cosgrove agreed, saying that "the traditional notions of hallowed sandstone quadrangles, spires and large lecture halls as symbols of tertiary education have been reinvented.
The inside of the building certainly tries to avoid the hallowed nature of yesteryear's universities, with oval classrooms and areas designed to encourage students to collaborate. Lecture areas also avoid the traditional hierarchical structure.





The green Art Academy.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Still on the do.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Light-hearted wheels under a heavy vehicle.
Hans A.




No line for snacks.
Hans A.




Garbage day.
Hans A.




Pilots enjoy the clear sky.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
8:40.
Hans A.




Heya Guy, Is the synchromesh still working smoothly?




Rover 90 P4 1958.
Looks like she's won the first prize.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Who's interviewing whom?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Chrysler Cabriolet on its way to the Glenmoor Gathering Concours d'Elegance.




Chrysler Cabriolet in the Beatrix Park.
Hans A.




Chrysler Cabriolet rolled out to the Beatrix Park.
Hans A.




Snowing outside, no other camera than an iPhone with me.
Hans A.


Week 04 2015, from January 26th.



Soul Food Festival in de Storkhallen in Amsterdam Noord.
Bart van Dijk




I abhor running, that's why.
Hans A.




No particular destination.
Hans A.




Coffee at my granny's place.
Hans A.




No I'm Dutch.
Hans A.




It so seems we're all on our way to our mother.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




No it wasn't smart officer, but my mother phoned.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday February 1st.
Mooi weer voor een uitje lijkt het, maar wel een buienalarm via de app.




A pleasant day today!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Saturday.
It used to be that the tallest thing you could see from
the garden of the Museum of Modern Art was Philip Johnson's AT&T building,
the Chippendale highboy. Now skinny splinter buildings
are springing up everywhere in Manhattan.
Lewis D. Dana




Hans de Wit: Is dat soms het autokerkhof van de US Army die hun auto's niet mochten mee terugnemen naar de US?
Hans Arend de Wit: Ja. Ze mochten ze wel mee nemen. In Europa gekocht en dan op de boot naar huis, maar de overtocht werd door de Army niet betaald. Dat was duurder dan in Amerika een nieuwe kopen.
Hans de Wit: OK. ja zo was het. Ik was ooit op Ramstein Airbase US en daar waren GI's die hun BMW en dikke Mercedes naar de US verscheepten.
Gijs Berk: Er klopt iets niet in het verhaal van Jean van Cleemput over die auto's in dat Ardenner bos. Je hoeft geen Sherlock Holmes te zijn om te ontdekken dat de meeste auto's op de foto's ui de jaren '70 stammen. Dus niet uit de tijd dat de Amerikaanse militairen in grote aantallen werden gerepatriëerd. Dat is onder meer te zien aan de panoramische voorruitomlijsting en andere stylingkenmerken. Verder weer een interessante Phlog. Het is waarschijnlijk een Belgenmop om er domme Ollanders in te laten tuinen.




Ze heeft alles gezien.
Hans A.




Morgen kun je weer over de mutsen lopen.
Hans A.




Het Stedelijk Museum na vieren.
De lange rijen zijn weg.
Hans A.




Koud, maar toch geen mutsen.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De nieuwe Rechtbank aan het IJdok.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Another striking color combination.
Hans A.




Friday.
Green wheels, Bob!
iPhoto Hans A.




No rain yet.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Nice or Saint Trop?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wat voor merk denk je? Het lijkt wel een Ford.
Het autokerkhof is ergens rond 2010 verdwenen. Nadat Jean van Cleemput een reportage erover had gemaakt voor op de Belgische televisie, kwamen er steeds meer urban explorers op af. De lokale burgermeester, Alain Rongvaux, kon alle toegenomen aandacht niet waarderen en besloot tot maatregelen. Zo werd een ooit mythische laatste rustplaats voor oldtimers gewist uit de Belgische Ardennen. Maar de post-apocalyptische beelden en urban legends zal hij nooit kunnen uitwissen. Op het internet zal de naam van het dorpje voor altijd verbonden zijn met de bovengrondse necropolis.





Deze auto's waren ooit het eigendom van Amerikaanse soldaten die gestationeerd waren in deze regio tegen het einde van de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Toen de soldaten aan het eind van de oorlog terug naar de Verenigde Staten werden gestuurd, reden ze al hun auto's één voor één een heuvel op in het bos, verborgen van de rest van de wereld.
Terug in de Verenigde Staten moesten de soldaten zelf het transport betalen en verzorgen over de Atlantische Oceaan. Maar dat was simpelweg te duur voor wat ze waard waren, waardoor er nooit één auto zijn weg naar de overkant heeft gevonden en ze voor de komende 70 jaar hier in het bos langzaamaan werden opgeslokt door het Ardense woud.
70 jaar aan erosie door onvermoeibare natuur en alsmaar terugkerende wind en regen hebben deze auto's afgetakeld en gestript tot een schim van de trotse bezettingen die ze ooit waren. De natuur herschilderde de auto's tot mosgroen, de elementen tot roestbruin. Wortels van bomen drongen zich een weg door het broze ijzer en door de wind afgebroken takken versplinterde ramen.
Wie weet heeft er ooit een groepje kinderen uit het nabijgelegen dorpje deze verborgen schat ontdekt toen ze in de bossen aan het spelen waren.





After the snowstorm of the century, that didn't come.
The sun's out, the plows and snow blowers and shovels
have been put away and a few people made it to work at 8:30,
in Providence, Rhode Island, East of New York City.
Lewis D. Dana




Wednesday.
Pessimistically seen practically a write-off indeed, the salesman said.




Tuesday.
The last time we saw Herbie was in '53.




Tuesday.
Mist in the Belgian Ardennes near Chatillon.




Monday.
Is dit Marleen?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt


Week 03 2015, from January 19th.



Winnaar Zilveren Camera 2014 Pierre Crom, Vliegramp MH17.

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Gemeente Museum Den Haag.
Niet alleen in de avond geel, overdag ook.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Such a neat and sober bike!
One speed and one brake, he shouted.
Hans A.




We're aleaving guys!
Hans A.




BMW i8.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Saturday.
Got cold knees. See ye!

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Als we op het Hoofddorpplein tegenover het tramhuisje wachtten, het grijze huisje waar de conducteurs en bestuurders zaten, dan dacht ik meestal aan de vriendinnen van de Duitsers, ook wel Moffenmeiden genoemd, die pal na de bevrijding op het dak van het tramhuisje waren kaalgeschoren.
Hans G. had me daar later een nieuw verhaal over verteld: Ja, dat kan ik mij nog goed herinneren. Het was razend druk. Iedereen wilde dat zien. Het was een soort bijltjesdag. Wat ik mij ook nog goed herinneren kan is dat ik met mijn moeder op weg was naar het kleuterschooltje, ook wel kakschooltje genaamd, in de Leimuidenstraat. Het werd geleid door nonnen. Er reed een vrachtwagen voorbij het conducteurshuisje, waarbij een man vastgebonden aan de achterkant van de vrachtauto en aan zijn voeten werd voortgesleept. Hij lag op zijn rug en zijn hoofd wipte op en neer op de straatstenen. Van die grote keien, kinderhoofdjes waren dat. Een heel wrange benaming in dit geval. Het is mij altijd bij gebleven.




Quite cool this Fashionweek.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Friday.
Bravely holding on.
Hans A.




In 1953 verscheen er een Austin 30 in de straat, een neefje van de Morris Minor,
van een broer van de vader van een vriend, waarmee zijn ouders met z'n oom en tante
tochtjes maakten naar onder andere een bos in de kuststreek.




De Renault Twizy zonder ramen, maar wel met deuren.
Hans A.




Ik werk vandaag aan m'n tentamen
voedingsdietectiek, zei de Bagels-barista Tessa.
Knap koppie!
Hans A.




Thursday.
Minus 1 today!
Hans A.




Always pleasant to be together.
Hans A.




In this cold it's warm, comfy and
snug to sit inside the Bagels & Beans!
Hans A.




Breitling Wingriders, keeping an eye on their watch?




Modemeisje tijdens de Fashion Week.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The Alfa Romeo SZ (Sprint Zagato) or ES-30 (Experimental Sportscar 3.0 litre) is a high-performance limited-production sports car/road-concept car built between 1989 and 1991 with partnership via Centro Stile Zagato, Centro Stile Alfa Romeo and Centro Stile Fiat. It was unveiled as ES-30 in 1989 Geneva Motor Show as a prototype by Zagato, although the car was mainly built by them - not designed mechanically.

Why dontcha drive to Italy to give her a major service
and have her tuned? Randall Lawson of Autopassion asked.
It's damned cold here and the sun doesn't shine.
I may help you with a set of winter tires.

Autopassion.

http://www.switchimage.org/Alfa_Romeo_SZ.html






Seemingly on their way to the work they're lucky to have.
Hans A.




Fine beautybox, not much roomier.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Damned handy to carry my lunchbox.
Hans A.




Pretty desolate this Monday morning!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Imagine, in this cold weather no windows!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Initially it was sunny in the early morning.
Hans A.




Monday.
Til on her way to do some shopping, in spite of the cold.
Hans A.


Week 02 2015, from January 12th.



Outside it had been raining all day.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Scherp maar wel geinig,
in de Bagels & Beans Van Baerle.
Hans A.






Sunday.
So odd to see that when shot in
quick succession signals aren on and off!
Hans A.




The NSU Ro80 was a technologically advanced large sedan-type automobile produced by the West German firm of NSU from 1967 until 1977. Most notable was the powertrain; a 113 bhp (84 kW; 115 PS), 995 cc twin-rotor Wankel engine driving the front wheels through a semi-automatic transmission employing an innovative vacuum system. It was voted Car of the Year for 1968 by European motoring writers.
I had read about the new car extensively before Rien Bazen drove by to show me his precious new automobile. To my surprise he let me drive the Ro, which indeed appeared to be a revelation. The ride was as smooth as the appearance.
Autopassion.
Read more about the RO80.





Sandra Bloemen van Baerle met nieuwe magnoliatakken.
Hans A.




Further sunny all day!
Hans A.




Friday.
After the rain.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wet and cold.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
Dark grey and rain all the time.
Sandra van Baerle Bloemen - van de Hoek
bought a new and nice umbrella
in the Davidoff Cigar shop.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Optimistically dressed,
with more rain certain to come.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Vandaag de Nieuwjaarsreceptie
in het Paleis op de Dam.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De Oostelijke Onderdoorgang.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
De achterkant van de P.C. Hooftstraat.
Hans A.




Intussen zijn de Kerstmarkten wel opgeheven.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Heerlijk 'ontbijtje' bij de Bagels & Beans,
gezellig warm onder de theemuts.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
First day of a new week, gray.
Hans A.


Week 01 2015, from January 5th.



We wachtten op elkaar op het Hoofddorpplein in het portiek naast het politiebureau, in de ochtend om half negen en in de middag om half twee, en als we compleet waren liep ons groepje van drie jongens naar onze school in Zuid. Dan praatten we over de topics in ons leven, de meisjes die niet meeliepen, onze avonturen en belevenissen in de weekends en over onze onvrede dat we van school niet op de fiets mochten omdat al die geparkeerde fietsen zo'n overlast bezorgden in de omgeving van de school van het keurige Zuid, over allerlei andere onvrede, hoe het verder zou lopen in ons leven, en daarop aansluitend dacht ik aan mijn eigen toekomst. Maar op die manier waren wij geen gevaar voor het verkeer, fietsten we niet met z'n drieën met losse handen naast elkaar. We praatten over ons vervoer in de toekomst, scooters en auto's, en hoe we dat zouden kunnen bekostigen. Op de hoek van de Zeilstraat en de Amstelveenseweg keek ik dan al pratend soms even in de etalage van een camerawinkel, en fantaseerde ik over camera's die ik met sparen zou kunnen kopen, maar verder kwam ik niet dan het van m'n spaargeld kopen van een Canadese kano waarmee ik op het Nieuwe Meer met m'n schoolvrienden aan de beklemming van de school kon ontkomen. Tien voor half één en tien voor half vijf, liepen we weer terug over het plein naar ons eigen huis, op het Woestduinplein, de Warmondstraat en de Hillegomstraat. In onze straat stonden toen geen auto's, behalve soms de grote maroonrode Oldsmobile van de zoon van onze overbuurman. Natuurlijk vroeg ik me af hoe het mogelijk was dat hij in zo'n grote Amerikaan kon rijden, maar heb dat nooit gehoord. Hoe lang die zoon in die slee had gereden kan ik nu niet meer nagaan. Kon ik zo'n auto op mijn wenslijstje zetten? Opeens was de grote auto vervangen door een eveneens maroonrode Morris Minor, het model waar de koplampen nog in de gril zaten. In het kenteken zal toen een G hebben gezeten, de G van Noord-Holland.
Mijn voettochten naar school zijn al ver verleden tijd, maar ik maak nu praktisch elke ochtend een wandeling vanuit het centrum naar mijn huis in Zuid, waar achter een raam van het Leger des Heils in de J.M. Coenenstraat een poster van het Hoofddorppleinbuurt mijn aandacht trok, waarop gevraagd werd naar foto's van die buurt uit vroeger dagen.
Mijn zus had ik inmiddels gevraagd of zij kon kijken of ze tussen de foto's die mijn moeder had bewaard nog aardige opnamen kon vinden uit die tijd, want ik herinner mij foto's te hebben gezien van het bevrijdingsfeest, met in het midden van de straat, pal voor onze deur, een soort monument van straattegels met een grote oranje W van Koningin Wilhelmina, met binnen de lage muren van oranjegele tegels aarde met bloemen. Op een andere foto zat ik héél laat in het donker achter het raam op één hoog te vechten tegen de slaap.
Tot mijn grote verrassing, tot mijn verbijstering zelfs, ontdekte ik dat de toren op het plein was verdwenen, de toren die ontworpen was door Berlage, altijd het herkenningspunt van het plein, het oriëntatiepunt dat aangaf dat we terug thuis waren. Hoe lang was die toren al afgebroken, en waarom? Gebrek aan belangstelling? Een grote leegte boven de huizen op de plek waar ik altijd op de klok keek als ik over dat plein van school naar huis liep, de klok die ik vanuit mijn zolderkamer kon zien en waarop ik kon zien hoe laat het was. Als het nog stil was in de ochtend, en het zolderraam stond open, kon je het gierende geluid horen van de wielen van Lijn 2 in de rails in de bocht van het eindpunt.
Ontheemd liep ik de Heemstedestraat in en zag ik dat ik geen van de vertrouwde winkels herkende, en dat de slager op de hoek van de Woestduinstraat er niet meer was. Lijn 2 liep nu over de Westlandgracht, door naar het Westen, maar dat wist ik wel, uit de tijd dat mijn ouders er nog woonden, geen landerijen en ook geen sloten meer waar ik op schaatste. Onwillekeurig dacht ik terug aan de oorlog en de allergrootste veranderingen die ik in m'n leven had meegemaakt, de tijd waarin de mensen vooral dachten aan het behoud van het leven en de gezondheid. Het leven draaide om onderdak, aardappelen en eetbare bloembollen, en de berijdbare fiets waarmee die uit de polders gehaald konden worden.
Terug lopend naar het plein ontdekte ik dat daar dwars over een voor mij nieuw pad liep en ik visualiseerde dat ik een foto maakte van Morris Minor van de zoon van de buurman, tegen de achtergrond van de leegte waar ooit de toren had gestaan.

Meer.


TERUGBLIK OP DE HOOFDDORPPLEINBUURT.





A joyful lobby.
Hans A.




De lobby van het Conservatorium Hotel.
Hans A.




Saturday.
On my way to the Kahmann Photo Gallery
I passed the musical entrance of the Conservatory Hotel
in the Van Baerlestraat.
Hans A.




Narrower than usual, for the streets in the city.
Hans A.




Sold, in a hole in the wall showroom.
Hans A.




She was drinking cappuccino, and I black.
Hans A.




Seemingly the overhead cable was coming down.
Hans A.




Friday.
Some catching up to do.
Hans A.




Ik ben Karel.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Initially this great guy ate his bagel with knife and fork!
Hans A.




Thursday.
De Sapkar, the juice cart.
Hans A.




The second redhead this year.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Een drone op het Daniël Meyerplein.
Met een GoPro camera.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Chips hotspot.
Hans A.




Apple pie?
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Coffee in the Kalvertoren.
Hans A.




Sigrid Wobst-Wbg said she couldn't give me the book back
that she said she had lent from the Art People Gallery.




Modest start of an industrious new year.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A street legal Panoz Roadster.
More.
Hans A.




Doors.
Hans A.




Pause.
Hans A.




Fun in a speeding cockpit and fast open air fun.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Pagani Huyra next to a Panoz Roadster,
next to the Stadionkade in A.
Hans A.




Parking by app.
Hans A.




Clean start.
Hans A.




Monday.
First redhead of the year, in a flash.
Hans A.


Week 52 2014, from December 29th.



Burning Crhistmas trees on the Museumplein.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A view from our chambre d'hôtes in Bel Any,
Thierache, near the French - Belgian border.




Hondenbrokjes.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Zonlicht van de 'Walkie Talkie'-wolkenkrabber reflecteert in de straten van het financiële centrum.
De financiële crisis is niet voorbij, het wordt alleen maar erger.




Jolly nice evening run in Utrecht.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Friday January the 2nd.
Strandpaal voor de tent van Sout, Wijk aan Zee.
iPhone Hans A.




Ben Shahn's painting, "World's Greatest Comics,"
is a world to be entered, an aperture.
Of course, one could argue that could be said of all paintings.




January 1.
2015, a new tune.
A selfie by Ben Shahn.
Heather dear, wish you a fine fine year!
Naturally also Elliot and Luna Mae
and mom and dad!




De foto’s van Lynn op de site van New Dawn gaven mij de impuls om door te clicken naar haar eigen site lynnvanasperen.com. Ik bladerde vlug door vreemde fletse, stil poserende figuren maar voelde mij intens aangekeken en aangesproken door een beeldschoon meisje dat ik maar even Dawn noemde. Lynn is in haar fotografie- en filmwerk altijd op zoek is naar kwetsbaarheid en verstilling, die in schilderachtige of juist filmische vorm tot uiting komen. Het is de psyche van de mens en de manier waarop wij ons vormen door de dingen die we meemaken, die haar interesseert. De invloed van de strubbelingen die men doormaakt in het leven en psychische problematiek zijn terugkerende onderwerpen in het werk van Lynn. Maar het was vooral Dawn die voor mij de aanleiding was om haar verhaal rechtstreeks in een gesprek te horen. Ik stond open voor een verrassing, en ontmoette haar in een kleine woning dicht bij het station Hollands Spoor. Veel spullen stonden ingepakt om verhuisd te worden naar Wassenaar, waar Lynn en haar vriend zouden gaan wonen naar een huis met een fotogeniek uitzicht op de vijver waarvan ik een foto zou zien in de laptop viewing van haar werk. Ze verraste mij met haar blonde sportieve uiterlijk en haar hartelijke actieve manier van doen, een heel leuke, zelfbewuste Lynn, waar ik van dacht, nog voor de laptop viewing, dat zij een mooie toekomst zou hebben. Meer in De FOTOgraaf van 1 Januari.





Een fotograaf die alleen maar bezig is met fantastische architectuur.
Filip Dujardin is een Vlaming die verbijsterende creaties in beeld had gebracht, die uit een sprookjesboek lijken te komen en niet eens vergelijkbaar waren met de modernste architectuur die mij in mijn jeugd tot m’n verbeelding sprak, nog moderner dan de creaties van Oscar Niemeyer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson. Dat blijkt wel uit de foto’s die door Pinterest foto’s worden aangeboden, zoals the Fosc House van Pezo von Ellrichshausen Architects, een beetje in de stijl van de kubus, die ik na de oorlog (ja de tweede) in België had bewonderd. Meer in De FOTOgraaf van 1 Januari.





Maar ik hoop dat de oliebollen nog niet op zijn.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




December the 30th.
Lots of art lovers!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Interesting story about the Healey Drone, writes Gijs Berk, but then I must admit to prefer the earlier Healey Elliot. The name Elliot was that of the coachbuilder.
Long ago I knew an Englishman who owned such a car and he let me have a ride in it on the roads in the south of England. I remember that it was a very impressive car, a confortable four-seater coupé with sport scar performance. Donald Healey, who before the war had been involved in the design of the Triumph Dolomite 8 sports-roadster, assisted by Achille Sampietro, designed its chassis. The frame consisted of a stiff box sections and the independent front suspension used coil springs and alloy trailing arms. The drive train was based on a tuned version of the Riley twin cam 2.4 liter four cylinder engine, together with its gearbox and rear axle. Because Benjamin Bowden the designer of the coachwork, who previously worked for Humber, had tested his design in a wind tunnel it had a very low air resistance. Being better streamlined and lighter than the 2.5 liter Riley, in the late forties the Elliott saloon was the fastest closed production car in the world. In December 1946 a prototype Healey Elliot was timed at 104.65 mph over a mile on a closed road in Belgium (Jabbeke). In 1949 a Healey Elliot also participated in the 24 hours race at Le Mans, and it finished. See website! (One of the photos reminds me clearly of the latter Sunbeam Talbot I'd add. - Hans)






Wibaut of Weesper?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Donald Healey started building cars upon completion of World War Two. The Westland and Elliott were the first two cars from the company and they went on sale in 1946. All Healey-branded cars used a 2.4-liter straight-four engine from Riley making 104 horsepower. He built his own chassis.
The Donald Healey Motor Company sent 39 of its chassis (with Riley engines attached) to Duncan Industries Ltd. They bodied 15 of the cars as "Drones" with fairly unattractive and simple bodywork. They then built 23 of these Saloon models with pillarless doors and swoopy lines. They also bodied some Alvis cars with coachwork very similar to this.
Only eight Duncan-bodied Healey’s are thought to still exist – six of which are the Saloon model like the one above. Ownership history of this car is known from the 1960s and then it was restored professionally in 1996. It has been used here and there and is in generally great and usable condition. It is estimated to sell for between $28,000-$37,000.





Snowmen from the Golden Age
in front of the Hermitage.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Driving home I always think
that my automobile ought to be in tune
with my homecoming.
Hence this exclusive Healey Duncan Saloon.


Week 51 2014, from December 22nd.



Sunny all day, that was great, but cold.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




We shan't fly into the new year
with a Breitling jet, but with a silver colored balloon!
Hans A.




Sunday morning ride.
Two glittering, screaming bullets
which appeared to have come out of
Jay Leno's Garage.




Persevering like teens.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Oliebol ben je zelf!
Hans A.




No weather to make a joyful ride.
It feels like it's minus seven!
Hans A.




Saturday.
Many stalls and shops
are closed on the 3rd Christmas Day.
Hans A.




Friday.
Riding on the left; English?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Occasionally mr. van Perlstein's chauffeur Joop
asked me to join him on a trip to pick up one of the other directors,
who lived in a street opposite the street where we happen
to live nowadays.
More about the Ford Customlime.




Ford Concept Forty-Nine.
Reminds me of the Ford Customline of Forty Eight,
owned by my father's boss Sam van Perlstein,
the big boss of Van Perlstein en Roeper Bosch.




Enjoy the last days, but be careful!
Flickr




Wednesday the 24th.
I don't want to make my suit filthy.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Google has been developing autonomous car technology since 2010.
Now, it has unveiled the first prototype of its self-driving car.
The company expects the vehicle to be hitting the streets of California
some time in 2015.




Tuesday.
De Solent is smal en als schip niet te breed voor deze sluis.
De Solent, waar deze boot naar vernoemd is, is een zeestraat die het eiland Wight
scheidt van Engeland. Zij bepaalt voor een groot deel het uitzicht vanaf de kust
van Hampshire, in de omgeving van Portsmouth, Southampton en Wight.
Het is een druk vaargebied, zowel voor recreatie-vaart alsook de beroepsvaart.
Grote zeeschepen van en naar Portsmouth en Southampton navigeren tussen
grote aantallen plezierjachten. Ook marineschepen en onderzeeboten
gebruiken deze zeestraat naar hun basis in Southampton resp. Portsmouth.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Remember the future Buicks when looking in the rearview mirror?
The Buick Concept Cars.




Dark early.
Hans A.




Werkverkeer toegestaan.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
Even didn't yet digest yesterday's treats.
Hans A.




1956. This two-door, four-seat fiberglass concept was both a design
and technology pioneer of its time. The long hood with sloping nose and
recessed headlights from the bumper was a revolutionary automotive style.
Its "wing-type" rear fenders would preview cues later found on the 1959 Buicks.
The Centurion also featured front seats that would slide back when
the doors were opened and it even previewed a screen in the dashboard
that would display images from its rear-view camera.
More Buick concept cars.


Week 50 2014, from December 15th.



Steeplechase along the river Amstel.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The backside of the Entrepotdok.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The ideal automobile to drive to your parents in Florida coming Christmas.
The last of the three Wildcat concepts designed by Harley Earl,
Wildcat III was much larger than its earlier siblings and also more realistic.
The four-seat convertible was powered by a 280 hp V-8 with four carburetors
and debuted many styling cues that would be found on 1956 and 1957
production Buick's, including parking and directional signal lights
housed in the prominent front bumper pods.
More Buick concept cars.




Sunday.
We can easily leave the car here for a few minutes grandma!
ArtStack
Hans A.




To the Christmas market.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




It always is a gamble, but I think we'll make it.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Representing a new era of Buick design in 2013 is this stunning concept
inspired by the natural movement of water. The Riviera is as progressive underneath
as it is on its ice-like surface. It features a dual-mode W-PHEV (wireless plug-in
hybrid electric vehicle) propulsion system, four-wheel steering, and an active
safety systems that processes information from 10 high-definition cameras.
Under the coupe's gull-wing doors is a 4G LTE internet connection with an integrated
information system that casts a holographic image onto the windshield.





This four-seat convertible, designed in Warren, Michigan and built in 2004
by renowned coachbuilder Bertone in Italy, was named after an elite class of soldiers
in Napoleon's army. Portholes on the front fenders and a rear deck contoured
in a boattail shape reminisce Buicks of the past. But under the hood
and driving the rear wheels is a pure modern technology in the form
of a 3.6L twin-turbocharged V-6 engine producing 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
A similar engine can now be found some of GM's latest vehicles.
More Buick concept cars.




Last run to the shops.
Hans A




Selfie is the most used word of 2014 Santa said.
Hans A




Not red.
Hans A




Left.
Hans A




Saturday.
Electrifying Fisker wheels flash by.
Hans A




Laptop dog.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Dreaming of a White Christmas.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Inspired by the Buick Y-Job, the Bengal concept is a sleek roadster
displaying retro cues and beautiful proportions with its wheels pushed to the corners.
A small third door behind the driver's door opened to reveal storage space
for golf bags or seating for two additional passengers. The Bengal's interior was
freed of the usual gauges and buttons, using a reconfigurable
color head-up display and relying on voice-activated commands
or use of a joystick on the steering wheel. It was powered by a 250 hp
supercharged 3.4-liter V-6 engine paired to a six-speed transmission.
More Buick concept cars.




Reviving the Wildcat name used on the trio of concepts in the 1950s,
this edgy prototype had a fully-functioning version that served as a Buick test
and data platform. Distinctly styled with a long rear deck, the Wildcat
had no traditional doors, but a canopy that raised and lowered
to allow access for its two passengers. Behind the cabin and powering
all four wheels sat a McLaren engine based on the Buick 3.8L V-6, with 24 valves,
dual overhead cams, and port fuel injection. A head-up display cast a wealth
of driver information onto the large windshield. The Wildcat's body
was constructed of lightweight carbon fiber and fiberglass.
More Buick concept cars.




Dark weather and rainy. The Fiat Fiorino is ready to go.
Hans A




Successor to the original Wildcat concept, which was primarily built to test
the use of fiberglass bodies, the Wildcat II was a distinctive new take
on the fiberglass-bodied sports convertible. Designed by Harley Earl's team,
the concept debut a unique front fender design that exposed its chrome-plated
front suspension. The headlamps were mounted under the leading edge of the fender cowl.
Power came from a 322 cu. in. supercharged V-8 engine.
In 1:18 scale by Minichamps recently!
More Buick concept cars.




Its design is unmistakably inspired by 1960’s futuristic aerospace influences
and though it was based on the earlier Firebird IV concept, the Century Cruiser
had its own significance. Aside from a refrigerator, television set, and
front luggage compartment that adjusted for easier access, this concept previewed
autonomous driving, something the industry is still working on today.
When the driver enters an “automatic highway,” the car was said toautomatically
drive its occupants to their exit, using a punch card with programmed route.
From there, the driver would take back control of the arm-wrest-mounted control grips.
The Century Cruiser also previewed a long-range two-way telephone
designed for hands-free use.
More Buick concept cars.




Thursday.
Gray and damp and wet occasionally.
Hans A




To put it mildly, Buick isn't the most exciting brand at the moment.
Its lineup consists of several very dull and uninspiring sedans and SUVs
aimed primarily at retirees who need something to ferry them between
the golf club and the grocery store. But it wasn't always like that,
and one independent designer, Marc Senger, thinks it's time for a re-think.
The Buick Wildcat concept is a rather adventurous design
which takes its influence from the 1954 Buick Wildcat II concept
– produced back when GM's designers worked for their money.
The role of the Wildcat would be to act as a halo car and
entice younger buyers to the brand.

More Buick concept cars.




The Buick Y-Job was the auto industry's first concept car, produced by Buick
(a division of General Motors), in 1938. Designed by Harley J. Earl, the car
had power-operated hidden headlamps, a "gunsight" hood ornament, electric windows,
wraparound bumpers, flush door handles, and prefigured styling cues used by Buick
until the 1950s and the vertical waterfall grille design still used by Buick today.
The car itself was actually driven for a number of years by Harley Earl, until he replace
it with a 1951 model car. Sometime after that, the car was restored
at the Henry Ford Museum, until 1993 when it was returned to
the GM Design Center.The "Y" in the name has two explanations:
All experimental cars were called "X", so Earl simply went
to the next letter in the alphabet. The "Y" designation was selected
by Earl because it was used extensively in the aviation industry denoting
the most advanced prototypes. In 2001, Buick recreated the Y-job
with modern advancement called the Buick Blackhawk drawing extensively
from the Y-job.
More Buick concept cars.




Longer red for everyone?
Bart van Dijk




Nash, ever seen one flash past in the early fifties?
Ja, mijn vader had een Nash in 1949, een cabriolet.
Grote leren stoelen voor- en achterin een leren bank.
Daar achter een "schoonmoedersbakje".
Die zat achter in het chassis en kon je als een horizontale deur
open maken. Daar was plaats voor één volwassene of twee kinderen.
Adieu, Luuk






Nadat het verkeer in Parijs gisterenochtend totaal ontwricht werd doordat honderden taxi's de belangrijkste toevoerwegen blokkeerden als protest tegen de vrije rijders van Uber, werden de Parijse automobilisten vandaag verrast doordat een deel van de Périférique (de rondweg die Parijs omcirkeld). Gijsbert Berk




Ook stond gisteren de tunnel van St Cloud onder water. Deze tunnel sluit aan op de autoroute A13 die dagelijks door duizenden forenzen uit de westelijke voorsteden van Parijs wordt gebruikt. De overlast is veroorzaakt door een breuk in een hoofdwaterleiding. De brandweer moest er aan te pas komen om de St Cloud tunnel leeg te pompen. Pas na10 uur kon het verkeer hier weer door heen. Gijsbert Berk





Real motorcycle cop, harder than he looks.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




I love black, she said.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




In the spring of 1955, Bert and Iva's son George brought his new wife, Arax,
and their 1948 Nash Ambassador home to 1022 S. 8th Street in Wausau, Wisconsin.
Wonder if she also washed Bert's Hudson behind the Nash.
Kodachrome slide. Part of the Bert's Slides Collection. Bert loved cars.
Shorpy Blog.





Early sunbeam in the J.M. Coenenstraat.
Hans A.




Miryanna van Reeden, for The Women of the Year 2014.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Hanna Bervoets in the Amstel, for The Women of the Year 2014.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The sun setting over ING.
Hans A.




Before she whooshed round the corner.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




They whooshed by.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Tramhalte opgeheven.
Niet meer halteren hier, doorlopen.
Hans A.




Monday.
What bagel with what?
Hans A.




No wind at the beach. Took the dog for a walk.
L.D. Dana, Rhode Island




March 22, 1941.
With our Pontiac in Mount Davidson Park, San Francisco.
A tree nearly fell on our car.
Shorpy


Week 49 2014, from December 8th.



Dark early.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Hauling the tree home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Stedelijk Museum, the groundfloor.
Hans A.




Smiles if you don't exceed fifty.
Hans A.




Saturday.

I indeed might look pretty smart during the Christmas festivities.
Hans A.




Many family men will use the kids carrier today.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




All about flight schemes you may call QP.
The tallest building in Dubai is the Burj Khalifa,
which rises 828 metres, with 163 floors.




When in the neighborhood of Amsterdam
the wingwalker always tries a fly-by so she can see the people of QP,
as seen here flying low over the Vondelpark.
Hans A.




Official photo of the Breitling Wingwalker.
Breitling Team




Some quiet meters on a stormy, rainy day.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




One of today's surprises.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Came along a Sidewinder dune buggy.
Designed for dune racing and for those who want to do this in luxury and style.
The Sidewinder is the perfect vehicle to 'take you from dune to dune in comfort'
whilst the high tech chassis will keep the car level making it ridiculously fun to drive.
With a max speed of 150 kph the car isn't exactly slow either.
More.





Sitting at home, listening to the rain against the windows,
I look back at sunnier trips, like to Poughkeepsie, North of New York.
JOE’S NYC.




I say, that's a neat specimen!

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The sun broke through, but later.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Shelter.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Wind force 8 to 9.
Hans A.




During the building of the metro tunnel
from the North to the South of Amsterdam,
the boats along this part of the Damrak
were moved to another mooring and recenty
were moved back to their old place.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Rain is grace; rain is the sky
descending to the earth; without rain,
there would be no life.
(John Updike)

Hans A.




A rich bouquet in the making.
Sandra Spanje sure has a colorful life!
Hans A.




Jolly nice breakfast.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
All the way from France!
Hans A.




Can't ye sit still a sec!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




F@@K!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Gerard Terborghstraat 10:00.
Hans A.




Zie de maan schijnt!
Hans A.




Gerard Terborghstraat 8:20.
Hans A.




Less cold today and periods of sunshine.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Kasseien Keizer
op tour door Amsterdam.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Betty with her iPhone were walking the dog this morning.
Curtains drawn, this van was ready for all kinds of action.
Not sure what the black thing is: a soapbox racer? A 3-megaton bomb?
Lewis D. Dana


Week 48 2014, from December 1st.



Superficial aim.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Crossing without looking happens more and more.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De dag na Sinterklaas.
Hans A.




Saturday.
The Princess runs like a Citroën Goddess.
Hans A.




Earlier home than normal this day.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Which tram? Which tram?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De Citroën Godin.
Hans A.




Aan de overlast aan fietsen wordt wat gedaan.
Hans A.




Als deze fiets er over 7 dagen nog staat
dan wordt hij in week 2 verwijderd.
Hans A.




Bootje van Amsterdam Light Festival.
Bij het Nemo.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Demo-run.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




More bikes with labels, a new active policy.
Hans A.




Pieter die op het punt staat
om op z'n nieuwe fiets een lange route door de stad te maken.
Hans A.




Too cold these days to parade through
the P.C. Hooftstraat in panther printed boots.
Hans A.




Bikes labeled to warn the owners
of the bikes which have been parked too long.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Another pair of torn trousers.
Hans A.




The family is home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




She's careful to wait.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Low price but far too short these cold days.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
I'd rather sit inside, out of the cold.
Hans A.




Getting dark ever earlier.
Volvo P 544 from 30-05-1963.
Martin Veltman drove one, Theo Stradman drove one.
In light blue green. Who else?
Hans A.




Fons vliegt weer, praktisch zoals tevoor.
Hans A.





Warme winter, zegt de Hema.
Hans A.




Nee echt, zoals ik hier sta, op het Leidseplein.
Hans A.




Ook wachtend op Lijn 10.
Hans A.




Eend van 12-04-1976.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sandra van Baerle (Bloemen) staat op het punt
fleurige bloemen naar een klant te brengen.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Fresh dough.
Hans A.




Photo point on the bridge over the temporary pond
cum ice rink on the Museum Square.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Christmas preparations at the Bagels & Beans Van Baerlestraat.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




No sun today and twenty percent chance of rain.
Hans A.




Why don't we stay here and stay warm!
Tell me of another adventure.
Hans A.




Monday.
How much stock will go in a normal lorry?
Hans A.


Week 47 2014, from November 24th.



A Leica in sight always gives a camera lover
an exclamation of attraction.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Still a youngster – born on our property as one of twins early this year,
this beauty comes by the house frequently. One hind-leg was injured
months ago, causing a limp. We want this fox to remain wild
and not become dependent on us for food, but once in a while
there may be some tasty morsels left over… here it is enjoying some.
If the fullness of the hide is any indication, this may be a cold winter.
Stay warm!
Ary Hobbel




Nieuwe Spiegelstraat.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A boy at heart.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The Peugeot 404, the doctor's and accountant's car of old times.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Time for a cigarette.
Hans A.




Cold Eastern wind.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Friday.
Warm chat, cold outside.
Hans A.




Flipped eagle, caught by Pam Mullins.




De Familie Bicker is thuis!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide
nicknamed flying armchair, making a sight seeing tour
over the Isle of Anglesey.
Smooth and wondeful experience we remember.




A King on a shopping spree considers
a Bugatti Royale T41 Coupé de Ville Napoléon.
Hans A.




Doesn't skate yet on her new board.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
Lunch.
Hans A.




Finishing touch.
Dat de man van finishing touch natuursteen bewerkt
met laarzen, handschoenen en gehoorbescherming,
maar het belangrijkste vergeet:
een wettelijk verplicht fijnstofmasker. Zo ontstaan dus arbeidsziekten…
De werkgever is aansprakelijk, wie het ook mag zijn.
Pieter Lanser
Hans A.




Odd and awfully nice Break!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
No photos may be taken on the PAN art fair.
Hans A.




Renger van der Zande blijft verrassen,
zoals met de officiële fabrieks AMG-Mercedes nr. 6
in de GP van Macao, vorig weekend.




On the far hill in the trees is our beach house,
with a view looking back toward where this picture was taken from.
Greetings, Ted, Oceanside, Oregon.




Hopefully the red Mini won't try to overtake the green one.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Watching the boats going underneath the bridge.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




But then you could give it to me as a present from Santa.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Morning ritual.
Hans A.




Receptionist of the Amstel Hotel in her new uniform.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Eclectic on the fashionable side.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Contact.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




New coffee and hamburger kart tactically parked between two schools.
Hans A.




Silent passage.
Hans A.




Finishing touch.
Hans A.




Monday.
What will she choose?
Hans A.


Week 46 2014, from November 17th.



Almost home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




It was a fine day, but the sun was low.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Not a scale model.
Hans A.




The human leg
is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.
Leonardo da Vinci

Hans A.




Pretty as pictures at Christie's.
Hans A.




Sunday.
Eight lamps, all hidden by lamp covers during daylight.
No swiveling roof lamp.
Hans A.




She wanted to see Marlene Dumas with him, but will he show up?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Shopping in the PC at the last possible moment.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Fisker being charged.
Hans A.




Gevelsteen Rijks Museum.
Hans A.




Gevelsteen Rijks Museum.
Hans A.




New and old wall of the Rijks Museum.
With sculptured stones in the old wall.
Hans A.




Selfie in Amsterdam.
Hans A.




Pleasant but cautious morning
on the skating rink of the Museumplein.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Pleasant morning,
pleasant coffee and cake in the Bagels & Beans.
Hans A.




Saturday.
We see them more and more, them selfie poles.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




After a cold day the flat battery of the Volvo
is being charged by the Fiat 500.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Waitng for their mam to come back from shopping.
Hans A.




Friday.
In spite of the cold they breathe in lotsa sunny vitality.
Running 11 km and seeing the sun come up, imagine, that was the beginning of our day!
Cheers, Bertilia
Hans A.




Hi Lew, the sun's shining here as well.
And five degrees Celsius.




It's way colder!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Just a minute, gotta fetch me car gloves.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
No rain but cold.
Hans A.




We've seen the Statue of Liberty
on a bank of the river Seine, and Fred and Marijke Schmidt
took a photo in a Parisian museum.
Photo Fred Schmidt




Citroën verhuist naar Duivendrecht!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Een te wouwe shot zeg!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Lotsa blisters at a closer look.
Hans A.




Le week-end de Paris Photo.
Photo Fred Schmidt




This looks like a nightmare I'll probably see
in my dreams tonight. It's supposed to be a trompe-l'oeil
on the floor of the toilets at the Salon de la Photo.
Yes, in Paris.
Hans A.




The wife of an insurance broker,
who is not aware how his wife moves around.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Looks like the rider will ride on
in spite of the weather becoming wetter and colder.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




This photo demonstrates that there are
two kinds of photographers, as Manolo Mylonas said:
the anglers and the hunters.
Both have to catch the decisive moment.
Photo Fred Schmidt




The little railway station of Airion
recently got a fresh coat of paint, but not
the wall next to the track.
Hans A.




Visitors of the Salon de la Photo.
Hans A.




While Gijs and me were on the Salon de la Photo,
Fred Schmidt and his Marijke were on the Paris Photo.




Tuesday.
A gripping exposition in the Nieuwe Kerk!
Hans A.




I see ye when I see ye.
Hans A.




After they made snaps with
th'r SmartPhone,
on the Gare du Nord.
Hans A.




Gare de Nord.
The beggars are a bit obscured by the shadow.
Hans A.




A sensual salestalk on the Salon de la Photo.
Hans A.




Waterproof demo the Salon de la Photo.
Hans A.




A high view over the South of Amsterdam,
shot by Joost Guntenaar.
Joost Guntenaar




Across one of the busiest crossings of A.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
Weer op stap op m'n eigen route.
Hans A.


Week 45 2014, from November 10th.



Crosby Street
by Joseph Holmes.




Een stille Zerobike E30.

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sauntering downtown, in spite of the rain.
Hans A.




Douwe Egberts, the iconic marque is gone, anyway the shop's closed.
Hans A.




The men are undoubtedly having lunch at Van Dam.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Uptown from the cente on the right, the sunny side of the street.
Hans A.




One of the most classic Breitling designs is believed to be the Navitimer. Now it's even more monumental: the classic Navitimer 01 appears in a 46mm diameter! The presence of the Navitimer is slightly enhanced on the wrist, while the increased diameter of the dial optimizes the readability. Also very special is the transparent caseback! Now it's possible to admire the beautiful Manufacture Breitling Caliber 01, self-winding movement. This chronometer-certified movement truely is worth watching! As seen at QP.
Hans A.




Was het niet Sint Maarten vandaag?
Hans A.




What's the price of a proper icecream?
Hans A.




Life had been like a roller coaster
but then the end result was this Royce.
Hans A.




After the man had stepped out he looked around
and slapped on his trouser's pocket and a sound could
be heard of two coins jingle.

Hans A.




Dat wordt een verrassing voor haar!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Tuesday.
Sharp and clear!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Zuidas. 16:53. Not a sec later.
Hans A.




The Concert Hall in Fall configuration.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Windy and bleak.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
Early Monday morning,
carrying a bag of the Bagels & Beans.
Hans A.


Week 44 2014, from November 3rd.



The Carver, for cutthroat speeds to y'r destination.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Uit je lieve wensen met bloemen.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Nice runner in a nice lane, the Minervalaan.
Hans A.




To station Zuid. Far?
Hans A.




Sunday.
Early morning walk.
Hans A.




A beautiful star in stripes in Café Esprit.

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Last errand.
Hans A.




Pleasant corner in the sun.
Hans A.




Bagels & Beans Van Baerlestraat
first floor on Saturday,
when the groundfloor is crowded.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Diversion.
Hans A.




Vivian Maier really was remarkable!
There were so many fine photos to be seen
I only just now am on my way!
It's way colder, but I'll see ye soon!
Hans A.




Vivian Maier in the FOAM.
Hans A.




Vivian Maier in the FOAM Museum.
Hans A.




Friday.
The owner of this agile powerful Harley possibly
is buying new shoes at the Shoebaloo.
For HD boots his ride goes to another outlet.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




It's getting colder, even colder at speed.
notwithstanding the sunglasses.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




L I V I N G
Stukadoorsbedrijf by G. Spronk.

Telephone number on the bumper.
Hans A.




The burden of booze.
Hans A.




New poster's being mounted.
Hans A.




Reminder of a Messerschmitt and a Lancaster bomber.
Hans A.




Hans A.

Colors triggered Bart.
Bart van Dijk.




Later that day the fog was gone but the light as well.
iPhone Hans A.




Swift-footed local rounding the bend.
Hans A.




I like your new bike!
Hans A.




Golf clubs up front.
Hans A.




New sack.
Hans A.




She stayed friendly.
Hans A.




Also fog in the center of the city.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
Autumn view.
Hans A.




The girl in Samsung red was looking for her Galaxy.
Hans A.




Tuseday.
First sighting of a scooter carrier.
Hans A.




In the evening Norbert and I took a walk
over the Point Street Bridge, wrote Lewis D. Dana.
http://www.switchimage.org/phlog/phlog.html




Prospect Park.
JOE'S NYC
http://www.josephholmes.io/blog/




Vivre comme un aigle chasseur en Mongolie. "Vivre comme un aigle chasseur en Mongolie, je suis ici au sommet de la montagne, avec mon fidèle cheval et ma femelle aigle royal. Les chasseurs Kazakhs locaux et moi attendons l'éventuelle apparition d'un renard. S'il en apparaît un plus bas dans la vallée, alors nous lâcherons nos aigles pour le chasser et les suivrons aussi vite que possible à travers le paysage gelé sur nos chevaux aux sabots sûrs", commente Lauren McGough, l'auteure de cette photo posée le 17 avril 2014. (Lauren McGough) L'Observateur Dimanche 02 Novembre 2014




Sandra isn't yet creating typical Autumn bouquets.
Hans A.




New door-post in style with the shop window.
Hans A.








Begin van de week.
Art Deco uit het Drents Museum in de OBA,
de Openbare Bibliotheek in Amsterdam.
Hans A.


Week 43 2014, from October 27th.



Frederique van Rijn in print,
een interview in De FOTOgraaf.




Irene Wijnmaalen in print,
een interview in De FOTOgraaf.




Nice Fall weather fine enough for a little trip.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Completely carried away by his moving charm.
Hans Arend




An ideal place to live for train spotters.
Hans A.




The newspaper room of the public library of Amsterdam.
Hans A.




Sunday.
From the top floor of the public library of Amsterdam
we slightly on the right see the Southern Church.
Hans A.




From our home in the Beethoven House we usually walk into town by going to the right to the Beethovenstraat. Yesterday we walked into the direction of the Minervalaan and saw to our surprise that the hedge around the house on the corner of our street was gone, and trees and shrubs were taken away and the grass was removed altogether. Next Spring a new beginning?
Hans A.




An oldfashioned Autumn experience.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




September in November.
Famous restaurant Hans & Grietje.
Hans A.




Famous former meat-products shop F.G. Lebbing.

Hans A.

Wat zie ik daar, Lebbing! Wat is dat veranderd. Haalde er m'n ham, worst etc. Zie nog dat grote ronddraaiende mes, en de vrouw die het bediende, een bril, grijzig krullend haar en roze wangen, witte jas. Brood haalde ik vaak bij Hartog in de Ruysstraat, van dat bruine, zal wel volkoren zijn geweest.
Mooi bij jullie! Hier in Calgary is het 1 graad Celsius, met natte sneeuw, net thuis van een fotoritje maar het ging niet goed, licht te vlak voor wat ik in m'n hoofd had. Wel lekker om even de stad uit te zijn. Sneeuwganzen gezien, op doortrek. Komende dagen donkere kamer denk ik, bewolkt en nat. Winterbanden onder de auto gedaan. Naomi Klein ook bij jullie doorgedrongen zag ik. Weet niet of ze zelf een auto heeft. Of misschien wel twee of drie? Haar research is overigens goed, maar de bestuurders van het land zien dat niet zo. Die halen steeds meer Chinese oliemaatschappijen/investeerders naar onze provincie en dan weet je het wel, wat milieu en klimaatzorg betreft.
Hans Berkhout






12:40 zagen buurtbewoners rookkolommen komen uit de ramen van de 8ste etage van het befaamde ronde gebouw van het Maison de la Radio in het 16e arrondissement van Parijs. Al snel kwam e rook zwarte rook uit andere ramen. Ruim drie uur lang waren de radio programma's van France Inter, France Info, France Musique en France Culture uit de lucht. Rond 16:00 uur was de brandweer die met groot materieel (16 wagens en 60 brandweerlieden) was uitgerukt de brand meester. Het ontstaan van de brand wordt toegeschreven aan een ongeluk tijdens renovatiewerkzaamheden op de 8ste etage. Hoewel volgens informatie het brandalarm niet was afgegaan is de evacuatie van de radio medewerkers uit het bedreigde gebouw vlot verlopen en waren er geen gewonden.
Gijs Berk






Hoge den in de tuin van villa De Arend in Schoorl.
Hans Arend




Heerlijke lunch op het terras van de Zilte Zoenaan het Klimduin in Schoorl.
Hans A.




Big trip so it seems.
Waiting for the van to haul her to the airport.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The maples are turning to red very late this year.
The late power plant died years ago, but will come to life
in the Spring for University use.
Lewis D. Dana




Friday.
Bij het Vondelpark in Amsterdam heeft vanmiddag
een grote brand gewoed. In de verre omtrek was zwarte rook te zien.
Bart van Dijk




Nowadays girls don't look around
when they come out of the house, but they continue
watching the phone.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Father and son Tesla
being charged, next to each other.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
Before the rain came.
Hans A.




In spite of the crisis we don't see less Harley's in the street.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
The season's here again for warm UGG's.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The front of the Markthal in Rotterdam.
Hans A.




Classic monument on the adjacent square.
Hans A.




Single or double, all tasteful.
Hans A.




Seems to me very appealing to look down all day.
Hans A.




Such refined paintings!
Hans A.




Such nice hangouts everywhere!
Hans A.




Behind the grapes we might have seen Maud when she was home.
Hans A.




We entered the Markthal from the parking garage downstairs.
Hans A.




The Saint's Volvo P1800.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Is she aware of the approaching Jeep?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A courier Renault Twizy.
Hans A.




A day off.
Hans A.




Dried flower power.
Hans A.




What's the destination?
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Tasty stories.
Hans A.




Little errand on Monday afternoon.
Hans A.




Yes, a Bentley, in the correct colour.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Seems a load of work.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
She had been working diligently all morning.
Hans A.


Week 42 2014, from October 20th.



The Triumph still produces a triumphant sound.
Hans A.




Mam supports her with good advice.
Hans A.




Down to Schiphol.
Hans A.




At a surprisingly dangerous speed
a dame in black rushes through the Leidsestraat.
I can barely read the motto on her bag:
Make My Event!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Light-hearted party in the Amstel Hotel.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
De wind was gaan liggen en het regende praktisch niet meer.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt





Hanover, New Hampshire.
For quite some time Lewis waited here.
Lewis D. Dana




Hanover, New Hampshire.
Lewis D. Dana was here.




Hanover, New Hampshire.
Lewis D. Dana was here.




Danielle van Zadelhoff
vanmiddag in het Persmuseum.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Although tiny there sure is an engine, somewhere.
Hans A.




Don't know any Ed.
Well so be it.
Hans A.




We entered the shop to buy a new pair
of laces, and went home with a feeling of joy.
Hans Visser, Van Baerlestraat.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Windier and colder and wetter than a Vespa these days.
Hans A.




From rain to downpours.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Question is whether the money transport van stopped
to fetch excess money from the bank or the flower stall.
iPhone Hans A.




Willemsparkweg where the rails stop.
iPhone Hans A.




Tuesday.
Foul weather on the way to work.
Bart van Dijk




Occasionally still yellow headlights.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




I herewith would like to draw attention to Josef Hoflehner,
who took this marvelous photo in North Hampton, New Hampshire.




Monday.
Drukker bij Van Muyden sinds de leverancier
van de tussen-de-middag snacks wordt verbouwd.
21 Oktober om 17.00 uur gaat de Albert Heijn
op de hoek van de Gerrit van der Veenstraat
en de Beethovenstraat weer open.
Hans A.


Week 41 2014, from October 13th.



On the 11th and 12th of October a Concours d'Élégance was held in Padova/Padua by 'Registro Italiano Veicoli Storici'  (Italian Classic Car Registry). By sheer coincidence my wife was there at the time and made some photos. Via the link you may read more about it.
Cheers, Ary Hobbel
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.stellesulliston.it%2F




Sunday.
The first to pass in the Amsterdam Marathon.
October nineteen, 9:55.
Hans A.




Fall in front of the door.
Hans A.




Lancia Fulvia in the Fall of its life.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Really super!
Hans A.




Saturday.
Citywalk, 20 kilometers.
Hans A.




This guy is not on his Harley-Davidson
on his way to his old mother New Jersey.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt





Young lady, awestruck by the autumn scenery in New Jersey.
Lewis Deemer Dana





Friday.
Fir-tree in Schoorl
on our way to Bergen, where we'll see
the new paintings created by
Mascha Dik
exhibited at the 'Zusters'.
Hans A.




Natuurlijk was Nicolette van Dam
ook bij de uitreiking van de Televiizierring.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




In the photomuseum Foam we often may snap a photogenic girl.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




First Tesla Taxi in Amsterdam.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
You play the cards they deal you,
Kurt Vonnegut once said.
Hans A.




Moving towards Christmas.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt






The second Tucker. Remember the first, historic Tucker, which sank down in a stock swindle? In 1955, 6 years after his acquittal by a federal court, Preston Tucker was back in the news again with a new car, the Tucker Carioca. The Carioca was designed by Alexis de Sakhnoffsky. Preston approached Alexis about helping him to put the Tucker number two down on paper. Being broke, bitter and hounded by creditors, Preston planned the Carioca to be his solution for his dream of mass producing a car. Preston wanted to build a cars that were fun to drive. His conception of a fun car was a sporty looking vehicle of intriguing design, whose performance was sparkling, and which could be sold in kit format at a profit of $1,000.




Wednesday.
If I were 20 again I'd have a crew cut and a Zoomer.
Hans A.




Koningin Máxima bij het Instituut voor de Tropen te Amsterdam.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A look far back in the rearview mirror.
Old news yes.





Bordeaux flawless 404.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Being smart eh?
Hans A.




Monday.
The new week started unsteady.
Hans A.


Week 40 2014, from October 6th.



Young family walking uptown.
Such a nice Sunday!
Hans A.




Still mighty nice fall weather.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Artisplein, Fons Bruijs met de linker hand.
Fons Bruijs.




Raoul Dufy.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Early in the morning in front of the Singer Museum
in Laren, where we planned to see the Raul Dufy exhibition.
Hans A.




On the way back from the race.
The truck's still riding up front.
Seemingly no damage to the racing cars.
L.D.D.




No casualties yet on the dangerous crossing.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




No kid anywhere.
He went up the street and possibly disappeared
in the crowd as we turned left toward a Chinatown NYC restaurant.
Sent from my iPhone
L.D.D.




Bab(b)oe.
Hans A.




Latest fashion delivery.
Hans A.




Continued driving on the flat tire.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Fall for the 600 as well.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




NSU Ro80 1/18 by Minichamps.
Hans A.




NSU Ro80 1/18 by Minichamps.
Hans A.




Leaves keep fallin'.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Bird's eyeview of the Wibautstraat.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Heartwarming cuffs.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Not sunny.
Hans A.




Extra trousers in the sidebag in this colder weather?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Beemer with sidewheel.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one.
Khalil Gibran
Joseph Holmes




Monday.
You're leaving fingerprints on my arm I said.
That did it; he left with no further ado.
Hans A.


Week 39 2014, from September 29th.



Waiting for people who want to be brought to the Hermitage.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Meanwhile we're back home!
Hans A.




Banstraat.
Hans A.




Shoot.
Hans A.




Sunday.
Lazy bones.
Hans A.




It's getting dark earlier.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Let's park in the square in front of the Etos.
Hans A.




With an app you may ask daddy.
Hans A.




No we aren't lost, this is the Jan van Eijckstraat.
Hans A.




De Eerste Baars.
Paul Joseph Constantin Gabriël




The Shepherd takes a Rest.
Koekoek




Le Petit Dejeuner in the Bois de Boulogne.
Isaac Israëls




First we drink coffee on the terrace
of the Joffers and treat ourselves to a treat.
Then we walk down to Christie's to see
the Hofland Collection.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Maurice picks up an update.
Hans A.




Active Princess Beatrix.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Remember ever been here Lewis,
the long dikes of the Hondsbosse Zeewering?
An even more impressive overview of the acitivities.
Hans A.




A new extra dike for the protection of the coast.
Hans A.




The church still is a ruin.
Hans A.




On this rainy day the guy who takes Betty's Norbert
and a few other dogs for walks in the woods also took pictures.
Norbert has the biggest tongue on view.
Lewis Dana




Friday.
Hij heet Bello, leuk he?
Hans A.




The beach is not on the coast and not far,
a bit difficult to pronounce for us, Blijburg aan Zee.

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




You're always better off
if you quit smoking; it's never too late.
[Loni Anderson]
Hans A.




Maar het is Kinderboekenweek!
Hans A.




I went window shopping
and bought four windows.
[Tommy Cooper]

Hans A.




U-turn.
Hans A.




Wisseltruc.
Hans A.




Thursday.
A beautiful tourist,
after she made a photo of me,
or was that a selfie?
Hans A.




The general arrived in his Fisker perfectly bang on.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
Kinderboekenweek,
ook in de buitenetalage van het Martyrium.
Hans A.




Koningin Máxima opende Micropia bij Artis.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Line 5. Quiet at the moment.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
They run as far as the dog can follow.
Hans A.




Waiting to cross or a date?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Did they watch out for a tram or taxi?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Let me tell you that you need
reading glasses to see the route on the TomTom.
Hans A.




Fred's bike is being picked up
by his Harley buddy Hans de Bruin.
Hans A.




The weather's still nice enough
to sit outside in front of the Bagels & Beans.
Hans A.




Monday.
Ik passeer nu de Reijnier Vinkeleskade, ok.
Hans A.


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