Tag Archives: The Hague

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Autumn Glow

This morning I took photos in the Japanese garden in The Hague, the Netherlands, with a focus on macrophotography and playing with exposure. Other responses to this challenge can be found here. Advertisements

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Dog training nights in The Hague

Small, midsize and big dogs and their bosses all get together to be trained an hour a week to ensure well-behaving dogs. Your little puppy might be the sweetest thing but if not well educated it may rule the house … Continue reading

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Community garden (Volkstuintjes) in The Hague

Close to the heart of The Hague, you’ll find the Clingendael Park. And only a bike ride away, you get to the allotments which form the community garden or approximately 35 volkstuintjes, which together form a kind of cooperative. On … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror

This photo was taken in the Royal Gardens in The Hague, which you can enter going through the regular entrance, but also through an alley, when you get to a door, ring the bell, and the door will then be … Continue reading

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Dunes @ 55mm

It was a funny day, between rain and shine…  

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Developing Your Eye II, Day Nine: “Double”

Today’s challenge: show us your double take! What I found after developing the photo ….

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Developing Your Eye II, Day Seven: “Glass”

Today’s challenge: Experimenting with glass can create multi-layered and unpredictable shots. Incorporate a form of glass — a window, a mirror, a wine glass, sunglasses, or something else — in today’s image. ISO 400, 18 mm, f/5,6, 1/60 sec ISO 200, 18 mm, … Continue reading

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