Our German Shepherd likes the snow to clean his coat. Every now and then it is good to take pictures in the snow again. It makes me aware of how easy digital technology has made it. In the old days, it used to require a lot more craftsmanship from the photographers … Stay safe &Continue reading “Snow”
December 31, 2020 made a last walk under the Zeeland sky … Let’s hope that we as humans will get more real attention for nature and each other and give each other the opportunity to act accordingly. The little pinprick that the natural environment has given us with COVID-19 is a good way to makeContinue reading “Happy 2021”
yesterday the sky burst with color … and the windmills can no longer be ignored in the Zeeland landscape during golden hour everything is a bit redder and more beautiful
Yesterday I walked the dog again in Vlissingen-Oost, looking out over the Westerschelde.
Today was the day that Marjan turned 65 …
The Westerschelde on a rainy day, DOW-Terneuzen as seen from Vlissingen-East.
Today I was as good as the only one who walked his dog on the former work island Neeltje Jans.
Fortunately today it was dry once, at least without rain. So I was able to walk my Sandwalk for a while, together with Marjan and the dog.
It was storming, it was raining and it was cold. But the dog had to get out and I thought: Let’s go to the monument and let everything blow in the wind … I think it’s fantastic that apparently it was possible to put an old “slakkenpan” next to the monument. Ton Witte could haveContinue reading “Just visited my former workplace.”
always beautiful, just walking the dog on the island of Neeltje Jans with this kind of music in your head …
A large part of my “sandwalk” has been declared a prohibited area by “Natuurmonumenten“. The last bit of sympathy for this organization has also disappeared. On their site they show some nice photos and texts : Is your heart in nature? At Natuurmonumenten we give plants and animals a larger habitat. This is the backyardContinue reading “a piece of my sandwalk was stolen”