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Tonight on my way home, I cycled past one of my favorite spots in Amsterdam. It’s a crane on the street along the canal with redeveloped warehouses, not far from where I live. Half way up in the crane is … Continue reading
Pictures I took today, on my cycle back into town early morning.
An image from the archives. Made me think. The earth moves incredibly fast – the earth is moving about our sun in a very nearly circular orbit, covering this route at a speed of nearly 30 kilometers per second – and … Continue reading
Photo’s I took, work by me, images I grabbed, paintings reproduced; a grab from my digital archive, which is now ever so easy to access with the newly installed external mega space, 2TB. Simply browsing -in Bridge– through years of … Continue reading
Toots Thielemans Before I Get To Phoenix from The Salient One (1973) He died last year.
(…) ‘Jupiter will be in your sixth house of health for a year, until October 2017. The ancients called Jupiter the great healer, and it is the only planet associated with miracles.’ (Astrology report on October for Taurus by astrologyzone’s … Continue reading
This picture is taken in Amsterdam, over a hundred years ago. It shows the Paleis voor Volksvlijt (Palace for Industry) the work of Samuel Sarphati – a local doctor involved in politics, particularly as a project developer in city planning – who came back … Continue reading