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  • My First Lomo Winter

    written by paramir on 2010-03-26 #news
    My First Lomo Winter

    Winter can be quite a drag, at least in some parts of the globe, and even though some might say it's not the best weather for shooting (pictures), I found out you can still squeeze something out of the cold!

  • Me and the Dogs in Bergen aan Zee

    written by paramir on 2010-03-28 #places
    Me and the Dogs in Bergen aan Zee

    A dunes reserve on the beach - a beautiful spot to enjoy some Dutch nature.

  • Waterlooplein Flea Market - Amsterdam

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-08 #places
    Waterlooplein Flea Market - Amsterdam

    This is a place to go if you want to experience something. You will not find any valuable antiques; you will not be overwhelmed by variety or the size of the market. You will find a small, very friendly, varied and interesting market.

  • Efteling

    written by monoflow on 2009-05-24 #places

    Where the fairy tales begin. A park created for a child and later on it became amusement park.

  • The Bulldog International 5 stars Hostel

    written by grenoouille on 2009-03-02 #places
    The Bulldog International 5 stars Hostel

    Located in the middle of the Red Quarter, the Bulldog is one of Amsterdam’s most famous Institutions: it was one of the first coffee shop in town and one of the first hostel.

  • Get Political in The Netherlands

    written by achocolatemoose on 2010-02-11 #places
    Get Political in The Netherlands

    The Hague is just one of those cities who have it all. Architecture, history, politics, culture, parks and seaside of Scheveningen.

  • Anda Runia Exhibition in Gouda, Netherlands

    written by mephisto19 on 2010-05-10 #news
    Anda Runia Exhibition in Gouda, Netherlands

    Where a lomographer and a painter meet...Approaching the church where the exhibition would take place was interesting. Walking through the city and suddenly there is this building, this church, the Agnetkapel...

  • Amsterdam Street-Markets

    written by agrimony on 2008-08-04 #places
    Amsterdam Street-Markets

    One of the most interesting shopping possibilities in Amsterdam is the several street-markets which can be found all over the city. The most famous one is maybe the Waterlooplein –market. There you can buy second-hand clothing but also new clothes, dvds, cds, rummage, and so on. It has its own metro-station and it is open from Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.

  • Amsterdam Grachten

    written by agrimony on 2008-08-05 #places
    Amsterdam Grachten

    What makes Amsterdam such a special city are the Grachten which crosses the whole (inner) city annular. “Gracht” is Dutch for canal. The Grachten are small waterways spanned by lots of bridges. The start of their building was in 1612 because of more comfortably transport of wares form one depository to another but also for drainage and defense.

  • Panbos Pretty Little Forest near The Beach

    written by achocolatemoose on 2010-01-23 #places
    Panbos Pretty Little Forest near The Beach

    Near the coast of Katwijk lies a pretty little forest, ideal for lazy afternoons by yourself or with the whole family.

  • Vacation in Amsterdam

    written by agrimony on 2008-04-27 #places
    Vacation in Amsterdam

    Amsterdam... one of my favorite cities I have ever spent my holidays! There are lots of sightseeing objects in Amsterdam, for example the Van Gogh Museum. It is the main museum with Van Goghs works, also very early ones. Also very interesting is the Rijksmuseum, where you can watch Dutch art from 16th to 19th century or the Rembrandthuis, which was the house of Rembrandt (what a surprise!).

  • Amsterdam ARCAM (Centre of Architecture)

    written by agrimony on 2008-08-05 #places
    Amsterdam ARCAM (Centre of Architecture)

    If you are interested in modern architecture, and you are on a holiday in Amsterdam, you should visit the ARCAM, the centre of architecture. The building itself is a great peace of architecture designed by Dutch architect René van Zuuk in 2003. It is situated between NEMO and the shipping museum.