Friday, August 28, 2009

Skywatch Friday

In ye ol' days the people of Amsterdam depended on watertowers like these for their drinking water. It costed one cent per bucket:

A few weeks ago I took this shot from a moving train on my way from Amsterdam to Breda. You can actually see the reflection of my camera in the window:

Last week and the week before I showed you a picture of one of two buildings know as "The Piramids" but are actually shaped after the christmas-tree in the architect's office. Here's the same building from yet a different angle:

I also showed you where a friend of mine lives; That same building again:

Note: Every SWF-picture published here is shot with my trusty Nokia N93 mobile phone and is unedited. For more Skywatch Friday photo's from around the globe, please check


Sylvia K said...

Marvelous shots! Really interesting buildings! Love the big white clouds!

Have a great weekend!


Louise said...

Nice captures. I really like the building where your friend lives.

J Bar said...

Interesting building.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Jan K. said...

Hoewel het allemaal weer mooie foto's zijn, komt de lucht het best tot zijn recht op je tweede foto.
Goed weekend!

JOE TODD said...

Nicely done good idea #swf on twitter

P-TER said...

Je maakt je foto's telkens boeiend!

J said...

I really liked the last photo in particular. Nice to see some non touristy perspectives of Amsterdam - espcially as I enjoyed visiting so much I'm seriously considering relocating.

Reader Wil said...

Great shots! I don't know these buildings, because when I go to Amsterdam I always go to the Binnenstad and its museums. I shall go to the Hermitage pretty soon, with some friends.
Have a great SWF!

Babooshka said...

Lovely virtual tour.

Regina said...

Beautiful architectures and skies.
Nice shots using the cellphone. I also use it whenever I forget to bring a cam.