Friday, April 19, 2013

Skywatch Friday

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Last week we visited the Cruquiusmuseum, a very old pumping station: one of the ways the Dutch gained land from water:



Wednesday we were in the coastal town Scheveningen, to visit a friend who runs the local carousel:



11 comments:

Jesh St Germain said...

Lived in Scheveningen at the end of the 70ties (I believe for about 1 1/2 years)in a huge old house.
When opening the back door one stood at the beach. Unfortunately, these houses have long been gone and replaced by apartment building:(

Sylvia K said...

Great shots for the day, Terrence, in spite of the grumpy, gray skies!! They do seem to be everywhere this time of year!! Seattle is covered with them right now, promising a wet weekend!! Hope you have a great weekend regardless of the weather!!

eileeninmd said...

Great series, Terrence! I really love the shot thru the window. And the Carousel brings back memories of our trips to the beach with my son. Happy Skywatching!

Indrani said...

Interesting subjects framed. It must be fun to own a carousel.

The Write Girl said...

Great shots! Thanks for sharing your view. Happy Sky Watch.

Dianne said...

SO interesting to see snippets from your corner of the world ... the capture through the ornate window is beautiful.

Luna Miranda said...

i like the gothic window shot. ahh, a carousel--one of my favorite rides as a kid.:p

Meoww said...

My favorite is the grilled sky :) Very nice pattern.

Jackie/Jake said...

Great photos, especially the window grill.

Jan K. alias Afanja said...

Zo'n oud gemaal is altijd een bezoek waard en levert zeker mooie plaatjes op, zoals de foto van dat raampje bijvoorbeeld.
Voor een strandwandeling is het me nog net wat te fris momenteel, ik wacht wel tot we blootsvoets langs de waterlijn kunnen slenteren.
Maak er een mooi weekend van, Terrence.

Laura said...

beautiful... especially the framing of the window shot!