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Week 30 2014, from September 29th.



Line 5.
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.


Week 38 2014, from September 22nd.



Training or a fast Sunday morning walk?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




It's still early.
Hans A.




On their way.
Hans A.




Sunday morning stroll.
Hans A.




In front of the Leger des Heils building.
Hans A.




The Martyrium bookshop is still not open.
Hans A.




Used to it.
Hans A.




Sunday.
She's just in front of the Municipal Museum.
Hans A.




A trip in time.
Thomas Schlijper




Majestically flying past.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




DS overtakes C4.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A chance meeting far away from Spain.
Hans A.




What's the mother doing?
Hans A.




Waiting for her date.
Hans A.




A call, before she had opened her shop.
Hans A.




Saturday.
The beginning of the day.
Hans A.




Bob, deze driewieler bedoelde ik,
Toyota three wheeled car, i-ROAD urban electric vehicle
also in bright colors.

A quite different vehicle.

And this narrow four wheeler.

And an exciting bullet.





Oct. 8, 1939. "315 Seventh Avenue, New York City. General view."
William Hohauser's 1920s skyscraper presides over the fur district,
which includes the Bilt-Rite Fur Machine Co. 5x7 negative
by Gottscho-Schleisner. [Shorpy]




Mit freundlichen Grüßen aus Braunschweig.
Quadrifoglio Verde




be invited on Saturday 27
to visit the shop with the "be" sign,
that offer special offerings.
Hans A.




Odd place to park a Zoomer.
Continued the trip because of the rain?
Hans A.




Pink period.
Hans A.




Friday.
On her way to procure a iPhone6?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




One more night to wait for the iPhone6.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The wind's calm.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




It's because my work is boring.
Hans A.




Secluded parking space.
Hans A.




SmartGirl.
Hans A.




Thursday.
(NSU Ro 80) On his way to the garage.
For more info: Autopassion.
(The Ro owners used to signal each other with a number of fingers
the number of engines that were installed.)
Hans A.




Davy Crockett or not?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Het bevlogen kantoor van de HISWA
met aan de achterkant een vestiging van Loetje,
een zalige biefstuk met uitzicht over het IJ.
Hans A.




Kraanspoor, een horizontaal gekantelde
kantoortoren op een verhoogde railbrug van een scheepswerf.
Hans A.




Aan de OverkantvanhetIJ, nieuwe kantoorpanden
tussen groene stukken grasland.
Hans A.




Crosby Street.
JOE'SNYC.




Te donker voor een Rondje IJsselmeer.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
De reconstructie van het wgdek van
het fietspad wordt voortvarend aangepakt.
Hans A.




Het fietspad wordt aan gewerkt!
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Maison Linhard
Van Baerlestraat hoek Willemsparkweg
krijgt een update.
Hans A.




Italian style juice cart on the Dam in Ams.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Retired Air Force pilot Lee Brewer in his immaculate, all original 1914 Ford Model T Sportster at the Friday Harbor airport Fly-in.
Lee drives this car whenever the weather permits – it is a tad slow, but we live on 'island time', so no harm is done.
Sadly, Lee is no longer allowed to fly his 1937 DeHavilland Tiger Moth "Old Harry", another island treasure. (second photo, with Lee autographing his biography "Kick the Tires and Light the Fires")

Ary L. Hobbel








Sint Petersburg from the hotelroom window.
In the background the St Izac Cathedral.
Fons Bruijs




Whirred past.
A Chrysler, a Plymouth, a Dodge or a DeSoto?
Or is it a Pontiac or a Chevrolet 1945? Please tell us!
Bart van Dijk

Best guess is: 1942/3/4 Chevrolet Panel Van.
The hood ornament looks right. Usually the emblem
down on the nose has side pieces that are missing on this baby.
Next time, Bart, get it a little more from the front!
Cheers,
LDD

Yes, that's always a better view, if possible.
Hans A.

Yeah, I know. But I saw it too late, it came from a bridge
at a reasonable speed on Amsteldijk.
I'm already happy I got this one sharp
I hope I'll get a next chance.
Ciaociao.
Bart van Dijk




Twins!
Hans A.




Odd jobs in and around the Van Baerle flowerstall.
Hans A.




Het fietspad in de Beethovenstraat
wordt weer steeds linker.
Hans A.




The more we came up North
the chillier the wind was at speed.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt


Week 37 2014, from September 17th.



Kerkstraat.
Hans A.




Worth documenting.
Hans A.




Selfless photo.
Hans A.




Sunday.
The (Great) Howard Greenberg Collection
in the Jewish Historical Museum.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Can't find anything smart.
Hans A.




Alfa Romeo with the initial, nicer rear section
than later the fastback, in Providence, Rhode Island.
Lewis Deemer Dana




Hemelse verten, boven Cernion,
in Noord Frankrijk 300 km vanaf Utrecht.
Aernoud Witteveen, Bel Any.




Art class painting the surf
safely around fifty meters down the beach.
Hans A.




In Hollywood, brides keep the bouquets and throw away the groom.
Groucho Marx
Hans A.




Wijk aan Zee, Tilly on the first row.
Hans A.




Friday.
How would you classify this automobile, as Rachmaninoff?
Hans A.




A way of seeing.
Hans A.




Young at heart.
Hans A.




Ronald takes the twins out.
Hans A.




He already hears the music
coming from the the classical cd-department upstairs.
Hans A.




The market itself was a bit crowded.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Thursday.
Early surprise party.
iPhoto Hans A.




The elevator is almost at the top.
Hans A.




Looking from hotel New York in the direction of New York.
Hans A.




Filip Dujardin on location photographing
the Warmtehub, Brielselaan designed by WE architects
in the Rotterdam harbour.
iPhoto Jan Verboom




Warm bench for beumbed bums in winter.
iPhoto Jan Verboom




Skyline to the northeast,
with bridge in the background.
Hans A.




Remarkably tapered building in the West of Rotterdam.
Hans A.




Hotel SS Rottedam.
Hans A.




Hans A. interviewing Belgian
architecture photographer Filip Dujardin.
iPhoto Jan Verboom




Smart Little Giant Ladder Systems.
Lewis Deemer Dana




Admiration.
Hans A.




A quick bite is a good investment.
Hans A.




I'm reborn again dear!
Hans A.




You won't notice she has an appointment with the dentist.
Hans A.




Soon he'll be humming into the country.
Lewis Deemer Dana




Manhattan skyline as snapped recently.
Lewis Deemer Dana

With friends, we took a long walk in Tribeca & Chinatown (lunch) on Sunday. What we found was nothing resembling the place I remembered from the days I used to drop into American Express to visit my clients. The American Express building is somewhere behind the red building in the foreground. This entire area used to be landfill with nothing on it at all. My Father would not believe that this was the place he worked in 1930.
And, it isn't. It isn't the place I worked, either. Not anymore.
From the left, the new Frank Gehry building, today, the tallest apartment building in the city; I read that somewhere. Closer, and shorter, the green copper pyramid at the top of the Woolworth building; once the tallest building in the city — my father would recognize THAT.
Then a motley collection of bland boxes. And rising above everything in North America, the Freedom Tower, 1776 feet to the tippy top of its antenna. Then a bunch of residential towers looking west at New Jersey. In the foreground, Stuyvesant High overlooks a new boat basin. This view was taken from a recreational pier that juts out into the Hudson River just to the north of the Battery Park City complex..
What strikes me is the degree to which this doesn't resemble New York City.
The recreational pier is stirringly new and clean and full of kids running around. Where do the kids come from? All those apartments across the boat basin and stretching down to the Battery at the lower end of Manhattan. Apartments… places to live.
What has happened to the financial capital of the world??? Apartments? Bbbbbbut, this is Wall Street!!! People don't live here. They show up every morning, make a lot of money, and go home. To the Upper reaches of the East Side or the green mansion lanes of Greenwich, Connecticut. They don't LIVE here.
My New York was rotting piers with rats and garbage and hobo havens and places to sneak into when no one was looking, to marvel at the rot and the collapse. The water surged under your feet as you ventured across the shredded floor boards. And when you moved away from the river, along Wall Street and Broad Street and Fulton Street on a Sunday, jettisoned cultural pages of the Wall Street Journal blew across vacant streets. An occasional lost tourist might be seen craning his head back to see the top of the Twin Towers. A police car would cross an intersection a few blocks away and disappear. No noise, unless it was the wind. No action. No people on foot, no parked cars. During the week thousands of people; on weekends. not a soul stirred.
Now it's a residential zone for the wealthy. A Maserati dealership about three blocks from where I took this picture. Families are everywhere or nannies with baby carriages, exotic breeds of family dogs. Kids on their first bikes.
In Downtown Manhattan for God's sake!
Amazing! Appalling! OK, amazing.
Lewis D.D.





The Stout Scarab from 1935.




Wednesday.
De tegels van het fietspad in de Beethovenstraat
liggen weer los, wippen en trillen.
Hans A.




Undoubtedly we could have smartened up
the whole B&B with Photoshop,
but even then the rent remained still far too high.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt








Is that grandpa's Chevrolet or the grandson's?
Hans A.




Tricky to walk with two beakers with coffee.
Hans A.




It's too sunny in the street to sit inside.
Hans A.




Hasn't he already got that watch?
Hans A.




CityHopper on wheels.
Hans A.




Still Summer!
Hans A.




Tuesday.
What make is this, what's the top?
Hans A.




Monday.
Question is: will the Spanish croissants be as nice the French?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The girl with the pearl earring
painted by Johannes Vermeer, photographed by Irene Wijnmaalen
and published in De FOTOgraaf Nr. 5
around the beginning of November.


Week 36 2014, from September 8th.



Frederique van Rijn, vandaag in Kunststof,
en in het volgende nummer van De FOTOgraaf Nr. 5
medio begin November.




Orange is the new black.
Hans A.




Flashing red.
Hans A.




Late or early?
Hans A.




In the back of our mind
a continuous feeling
of surveillance for our safety.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Sunday.
Ain't this worth a trip to Gent?
That's where the architects Dierendonck Blancke,
built this amazingly neat litte house just around the corner
of the Gelukstraat - Bliss Street - and Oudevest.
Filip Dujardin




We're fishin
Back on Monday.
Hans A.




Soon they'll be able to drive away.
Hans A.




Autumn's coming closer?
Alma's ready for the new season.
Hans A.




Arriving or leaving?
Hans A.




After a thorough cleaning she was shining again.
[Photo: S. Geratsch]




Saturday.
Sascha didn't make a clean start today.
[Photo: S. Geratsch]




Around midday we drove
along the coast
to find a nice place for a nice lunch.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Leidseplein 12:26.
Hans A.




Chez Fons at 10:53.
Hans A.




Early moning walk.
Hans A.




Friday.
Early daredevil.
Bart van Dijk




Op het terrasje van de Bagels & Beans
was het niet zonnig maar ook nog niet echt herfstig.
Hans A.




Thursday.
Het fietspad om 10:00 uur,
voordat het werd gerepareerd en veilig strak gemaakt.
Hans A.




Soft approach to the beach: Citroën C4 Cactus.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Museum Kranenburh, Bergen.
[iPhone] Hans A.




Op het fietspad in het nieuwe deel van de Beethovestraat
liggen de tegels los, af en toe wipt er een tegel uit het wegdek omhoog,
wat levensgevaarlijk is voor de fietsers die naar de Zuidas rijden.
Stel je voor dat je in zo'n snelle file naar je werk onderweg bent
en opeens die knal en op je snufferd en vier fietsers over je heen!
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Voorbode van de Herfst bij Bloemenstal Van Baerle.
Hans A.




Met de trein terug komend uit De Haag
besfte ik dat het zo veel sneller ging dan met de auto.
Hans A.




Den Haag Hollands Spoor.
Hans A.




Dotty.
Hans A.




Break.
Hans A.




Backyard.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Rear Window in The Hague.
Hans A.




An SM in the South of Ams.
Bart van Dijk




Toen de wind was gaan liggen bleek het
hier te gaan om een bouwwerk van de fameuze
Filip Dujardin.





I promise you a police car on every sidewalk.
[Marion Barry]
Hans A.




Monday.
Powerful start of the week.
Hans A.


Week 35 2014, from September 1st.



e!
Hans A.




Sunday neat!
Hans A.




Sunday.
Preparations for a train ride.
Hans A.




Compared with a legendary, elegant Canadian canoe
this J12 is, although somewhat plump, a lot safer in rough water.
More about kayak shark attacks.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Purchases for a party.
Hans A.




A house full of characters.




A buzz of appreciation and wonder through the house.
Hans A.




A wall at the Marlene Dumas exhibition.
Hans A.




Saturday.
A few minutes away from the crowded Marlene Dumas exhibit.
Hans A.




Vespa far from home.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Electric Solex in Spain.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Friday.
Selling shop space has become hectic these days.
[iPhoto] Hans A.




Astrid Verhoef, vandaag in het nieuwe nummer van
De FOTOgraaf.
Ken je de fotografie van Astrid Verhoef van Photoville
New York, of zag je haar werk misschien bij de
'Keep on Dreaming' exhibition in Tokyo?
De wereldwijde erkenning van haar werk
is een succes waar ongetwijfeld velen
van zullen dromen.
She kept on dreaming all right.
Tegen de tijdgeest in.




Danielle van Zadelhoff
vandaag in De FOTOgraaf!




The elder footman is not so quick anymore.
Hans A.




After the holidays still crowded in the Vondelpark.
Hans A.




Waiting for her friend.
Hans A.




Easy going on a flashy bike.
Hans A.




Looking fine for it's apparent years.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Even in the shadow they're shining!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Currin Grocery in Granville County, North Carolina,
photographed by Dorothea Lange in July 1939.
[Shorpy]




Leuke, bijna tuimelende vaasjes bij Van Baerle Bloemen en Vazen!
Hans A.




Leuke, mooie vazen bij Van Baerle Bloemen!
Hans A.




Thursday.
Beetje te warm.
Hans A.




Most of the time I'm staying home, not roaming.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
Imagine not hauling around with trunks filled with samples
and do your marketing work leisurely while sitting in the sun.
All thanks to e-sales.
Hans A.




Monday.
Safe way to the terrace of Wildschut.
Hans A.


Week 34 2014, from August 25th.




Sunday.
Shooting topless girls on Spanish beach.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Looking serious after I told her I wasn't feeling well,
so short before the pancake party at Gerda's place would begin.
Hans A.




Tally-Ho, Bergen,
Hans A.




We drove down the Route Du Soleil at quite a speed.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




No pictures!
Hans A.




Well, I gonna do some errands.
Hans A.




Saturday.
I can just as well run on my own!
Hans A.




K. on his way back from the library.
Hans A.




Also the workers are questioned for an inquiry.
Hans A.




Friday.
Alone but seemingly not lonely.
Hans A.




But I've seen no prohibitory sign so I haven't ignored it, sir!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Gijsbert and his Barbara came to see us and brought,
like he ever does, a fine car as a present, a Miura this time.
Fine old days came back when I parked the Lambo
in front of the little box on which I once featured a Messerschmit, symbolizing
the style of the time, designed to promote the graphic design company
De Wit Coppenhagen, effective and economical.
Hans A.




"Let's see each other in the cafe!"
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Risky riding 2.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




See the bird!
Hans A.




Thursday.
Risky style of riding the bike.
Hans A.




At speed while smoking!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Fine wheels, out of the blue.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




I give you no more than five minutes.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Spraying the grass away.
Hans A.




Water level is too high. .
Hans A.




In the sun with a view.
Hans A.




Keizergracht, next to you, on the left.
Hans A.




Trip into town.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
A memorable day.
Hans A.




Short stop to read a whatsapp.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Soon there will be light again in the shop.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




You can steer yourself in any direction you choose.
Pieter Klop




You have brains in your head.
You have feet in your shoes.
You can steer yourself in any direction you choose
You're on your own now.
And you know what you know.
And you are the guy who'll decide how far you'll go.
Dr. Seuss

Hans A.




There are always flowers for those who want to see them.
Henri Matisse
Hans A.




And paprika?
Hans A.


Tuesday.
She bought a sack of cakes at Albert Heijn.

Hans A.




Dit verrassende boekje werd uitgegeven door De Verbeelding.
Hans A.




In de wachtkamer van de huisartsen
Van der Veen en Paques in het Medisch Centrum Roelof Hart
hangt een serie prachtige foto's van Dorine van de Klei.
Hans A.




She seems to be not inclined to stop for a hot-dog.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Monday.
Pam's on holiday in France
where she this discovered personalized lid.
Pam


Week 33 2014, from August 18th.




In fascinated concentration amidst the Sunday flurry.
Hans A.




Hard to get parts after all those years.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wheelsgone, cause it was locked to the gate?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




On our way from the cinema, after seeing Boyhood,
a movie about an American boy growing up
amidst the horrors of marital fights. At the end a glimpse of light.
Hans A.




Sunday.
At around noon some Power Consumers drift into the Street.
Hans A.




A water sports attraction on Rhode Island.
Lewis D. Dana




Preparations for the canal concert on the Prinsengracht.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




With the chance of a downpour.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Where we once drank drank coffee
in the Hopsy on Saturdays, we now found Prada.
Hans A.




Coming from the New Dawn exposition
in the Milkyway in the Marnixstraat we saw this rickshaw.
Hans A.




Didn't dare to go further on the bike,
with the oncoming dark and threatening sky.
Hans A.




Aston Martin Rapide.
Hans A.




Saturday.
Jolly bunch of beautiful girls in the Bagels & Beans this morning.
Hans A.




Summer's gone.
Ellen Kooi




Cash for the flowers.
The flower stall people are back from holiday.
Hans A.




The warrants are on time.
Hans A.




Friday.
Johnnie Walker on his daily route, in spite of the rain.
Hans A.




Why don't you let me guard the cart mam?
Hans A.




Where's the sunny terrace mam?
Hans A.




Thursday.
The glory of being a carrier pilot has certainly worn off.
(George H. W. Bush)
Hans A.




Iets nieuws voor de Herfst?
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.
(Gloria Steinem)
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Wednesday.
Sunny spells at Le Pain Quotidien.

Hans A.




Standing means plodding on under uncomfortable circumstances.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Zoom-zoom goes the Zoomer.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Lunch from Meyssen rather than from mother.
Hans A.




You always may wake me up for an ice-cream!
Hans A.




Left or right?
Hans A.




Not too late for school?
Hans A.




Early SUV.
Hans A.




What's keepin ye?
Hans A.




No eggs in the baskt I bet.
Hans A.




What would Anne look like nowadays?
Hans A.




Tuesday.
What makes Sammy run?
Hans A.




Tijdens een kleine boodschap
bij de Apple Store werd de fiets in een flits afgevoerd.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Short spells of no rain.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Pieter will bring fresh flowers at at around one.
I'm eager to restart after the holidays, said Citra of Van Baerle's Bloemen.
Hans A.




What's 'tsja' in English?
Hans A.




Once in his life, every man is entitled
to fall madly in love with a gorgeous redhead.
Lucille Ball
Hans A.




Laughter is an instant vacation.
Milton Berle
Hans A.




Monday.
Flah-back, a snap taken by Ronald returning to Holland.


Week 32 2014, from August 11th.




Made a nice Contiki trip through the canals, but slowly.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




A new means of transport in the city.
SwingTours.
Hans A.




Don't tell me how educated you are,
tell me how much you traveled. Mohammed
Hans A.




Sunday.
I want a magazine to show me
the funny and the sunny side of life.
Hans A.




Didn't roar down the P.C. Hooft
but in a civil way glided out of our dream.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Not a car to enter with a hat on.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Ain't she nice,
this wonderful McLaren?!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Na een dagje Dordogne moest het transportpersoneel weer naar huis... zeg maar de ANWB vintage ploeg…
Ook dat was weer vermakelijk..
Het begon met het feit dat het de hele nacht geregend had en dat... bij het openen van het dak op de parkeerplaats, de dakgoot leeg liep over Rolf's rug en broek. Goede raad is duur… even verkleden achter de kerktoren.
Toen naar jouw geliefde bakkertje in Belvès. Hij stond nog de karakeristieke "Flutes" te bakken.
De rest eindigde na 1100 km in twaalf uur aan het diner in Heeze, met Monique en Eveline.
Ze doen het toch maar goed, die 404's en de verzorging bij jullie en thuis was subliem... Santé!

Groet,
Ronald






Laatste stop voor de terugweg.


















Het was me een mooi gebeuren. Even met een fraaie 404 van neef Rolf, jouw fraaie 404 naar de Dordogne brengen. Zoals Rolf altijd benadrukt... nuttig is het niet, maar wel romantisch.
Door Parijs heen werd het helemaal een gekkenhuis. Toeteren, afremmen, zwaaien, met i-Pads fotograferen. De Parijzenaars raakten volledig opgewonden bij het zien van dit iconische duo.
En het allerfraaiste was dat ze allebei als een zonnetje reden. Cruise snelheid 105 km, verbruik tussen 1 op 10 en 1 op 11, temperatuur zoals het hoort. Persoonlijk ben ik trots dat ik na systematische search jullie beiden aan zo'n fraaie "Peug" geholpen heb.
Aangekomen op landgoed Le Pessel in Urval, bij Belvès wachtte ons een warm onthaal met wijn & BBQ.
Wanneer moet ik weer een auto komen brengen? Voorlopig gaat deze wijnrode dame een leven krijgen bij jouw huis in Montplaisir. Iedere dag naar de bakker, de slager en het terrasje bij de kerk.

Geniet ervan.
Bonne route
Ronald van der Zande





Saturday.
This morning.
Hans A.




Handy with heavy stuff.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




De realisatie door Filip Dujardin van het huis van Richterich.




This is the way I nowadays go to work, incognito,
leaving the Jag in the garage, and avoiding the tram and taxis.
Hans A.




A second seat will soon be mounted up front.
Hans A.




When I go by Meyssen, the bakery, I can't resist to take a bite.
Hans A.




Friday.
Preparations for the weekend.
Hans A.




Red Guzzi happens to be waiting for green.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The old situation in the Gelukstraat in 2010,
on the corner of the Oudevest, as seen by Google
before the new house was built.
Research Ary Hobbel




Donderdag..
Dierendonck Blancke Architecten, just around the corner
of the Gelukstraat and Oudevest in Gent.
Filip Dujardin




Seniors' Campus Nevele.
Filip Dujardin




Lotus C01 Concept by Daniel Simon.




I'd rather ride two unicycles at the same time than one bicycle twice.
Jarod Kintz
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




There is no blue without yellow and without orange.
Vincent Van Gogh

Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




On the other side Filip Dujardin
probably had a nice view over the valley.




Like when he was a little boy, peanut butter.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
Hopefully they'll blow and sweep all litter away.
Hans A.




Unique sight, a CV with a pedestrian bumper.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Typically a Dujardin Resort, no view to write home about.




Tuesday.
Golden Girl.
Hans A.




Tricky pavement.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Damrak, still no pavement.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Buitenschoolse Opvang.
Hans A.




XJ6.
Hans A.




Alexander Boersstraat.
Flower above the window.
Hans A.




Alexander Boersstraat.
Watchtower, overlooking the Van Breestraat.
Hans A.




Monday.
Will the architect be a proud man?
Filip Dujardin


Week 31 2014, from August 4th.




Hot chocolate for all!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Normal is boring.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Hans A.

The Dodge Viper (formerly the SRT Viper between 2012 and 2014) is a sports car, manufactured by the Dodge (SRT for 2013 and 2014) division of Chrysler. Production of the two-seat sports car began at New Mack Assembly in 1991 and moved to its current home at Conner Avenue Assembly in October 1995.
Although Chrysler considered ending production because of financial problems, chief executive Sergio Marchionne announced and showed on September 14, 2010 a new model of the Viper for 2012. In 2014 the Viper was named the number 10 on the Most American Cars list, meaning 75% or more of its parts are manufactured in the U.S.





Until 12:00 it was more or less sunny
on the terrace of Le Pain Quotidien in the Beethovenstaat,
an ideal spot to stop the roaring engine.
Hans A.




The alert shopping tiger is on his way to Albert Heijn.
Hans A.




Anytime anybody stops doing things
we see that he or she seizes the phone.
Hans A.




Sunday.
"We had to enter the house by a window."
Filip Dujardin




In skating over thin ice our safety is in our speed.
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




But then dear, I'm already looking for
another, ceilingless job position.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




The photographer will know
how to deal with the tilt and the shadow.
Hans A.




Saturday.
The making of a photo of the Concertgebouw on the Museumplein.
Hans A.




Een heerlijkogend begin van veel ellende.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Ik hou
van
Holland!
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Net als vorig jaar deze tijd waren we bij Warna en Wimmie
in Les Petits Ouies in Noord-Frankrijk. De boom stond er nog.
Groet van Fred & Marijke (Schmidt)




All the way to work I listened to Rhapsody in Blue.
Hans A.




Yes it's a mistake I didn't put on my Nike shirt.
Hans A.




The hippies wanted peace and love.
We wanted Ferraris, blondes and switchblades.
Alice Cooper
Hans A.




Friday.
As early as just before nine.
Hans A.




Along with Ben's wife's family, we went East to Maine to spend a couple days on an 1884 schooner.
L.D. Dana




How long may that have been ago when I drove a new one?
White as well.
Hans A.




Really no harm meant.
Hans A.




Two pretty blondes.
Hans A.




One fine bottle or dozens or dozen of dozens.
Hans A.




Later in the morning the garbage was picked up.
Sunnier.
Hans A.




No sun this morning.
Hans A.




Scored a fine little couch.
Hans A.




Thusrday.
Busy decorating the Motorhuis in the Van Baerlestraat.
Hans A.





Line of sight upwards was blocked by umbrellas.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




Poughkeepsie, North of New York. A pang of nostalgia.
JOE'S NYC.




The rise has only been slight since the downfall.
Hans A.




Still a most exciting automobile.
Hans A.




Who said the "walk a mile in someone else's shoes..."?
Hans A.




Some extra holiday cash.
Hans A.




Red haired tourist.
Hans A.




Wednesday.
"The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears,
the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair.
The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is
the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.
True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul.
It's the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows
& the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years."
— Audrey Hepburn
Hans A.




Back in Amsterdam a Mokum Boot.
Hans A.




An orange sail in the distance.
Hans A.




Some thrilling guys?
Hans A.




First arrivals.
Hans A.




A cookie also can be a treat.
Hans A.




Tuesday.
Wijk aan Zee.
Hans A.




A fast drive from Germany to get to the North Sea.
Guillaume Ehrenfeldt




In the Oosterpark, the Eastern Park,
she's reading a comic book about
The East Indies Company in its peak years.
Hans A.




Muiderkerk, or rather its front.
Hans A.




The Afghan girl by Steve McCurry that moved the world,
and as he found her after a long search, seventeen years later.
A moving documentary in the Museum Of The Tropics.
Hans A.




Without the text.




The magazine of June 1985.




Eating together at Samen / Together.
Hans A.




Monday.
Used the digital zoom for the first time, just to see the effect.
The Minervabrug 200 mm @ 10x.
Hans A.


Hier is mijn Facebook-film.
https://facebook.com/lookback/
#FacebookIs10


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The Classic Car Show in the Cornelis Schuytstraat 2011.

Expositie Ile Art in Pesmes, France.

 

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