Zuiderkerk

Zuiderkerk

Getting lost is a good thing, at least for me. Well, not if I have an urgent appointment, of course. If I have time, I enjoy taking the little paths and to explore the side routes, which lead me to unexpected views and places. If I don’t have a particular destination in mind, I walk more slowly, pay more attention to my surroundings, notice the little things, and in this case the big ones, like the Zuiderkerk (the southern church). This view is close to what Monet saw when he painted¬†Zuiderkerk in Amsterdam¬†in 1874. Like with many other old buildings I am amazed by what the master builders and craftsmen managed to construct so many generations ago (the Zuiderkerk was built between 1603 and 1611).

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2 Responses to Zuiderkerk

  1. lisette says:

    mooi hoor andi, fotografeer je dan in zwart-wit of maak je de foto in kleur en zet je hem over in zw?

  2. Andi G. says:

    RAW shots are always recorded in color with my camera and I transform them later into b&w / monochrome.

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