This challenge gave me the opportunity to show this photo with opposite sides of a street for one-way traffic in the heart of The Hague. Even though it is a one-way street, bicycles are allowed in from both sides, and they are neatly parked on the right in one direction and on the left in the other. For this photo I tried out NIK Color Efex Pro 4 with the assistance of Zoom.nl Editie 06/07 – 2015 (in Dutch I am afraid). More responses to this challenge can be found here.
We have been back in The Hague for almost four months now. Time to show something. Thanks to a photo workshop organised by Ruud & Ruud we got to go inside chapels and churches that you would not know existed. It started with a historical overview of the neighbourhood we were about to visit and then off we went. If you would like to visit The Hague, you can find more information here: http://denhaag.com/en. This post features details of the Old Catholic Church of St Augustine in the Juffrouw Idastraat and the chapel in the Willibrordus house close by.