I smiled when I came back from a trip to the park with J-man and saw this cute van parked there. What a photography moment!
There’s an advertisement printed all over, but it’s nothing commercial; it’s a way to invoke people to think about an artisan job such as hammersmith or carpenter. So typically Dutch and big part of why I love my country so much. I think the American expats here will understand what I mean.
The van had a 70′s style, look and feel to it, really cool. Hence the old fashioned processing. It just seemed to fit.
This weekend I’ll be taking my camera, and you, with me to Rotterdam. My hometown. I was born there, spent a (small) part of my childhood there, went to school and worked there big part of my life.
“Peacocks? In OUR burb? You’re kidding me, right? No? And why exactly is there no telephoto lens screwed onto my camera then?”, were some of the questions I popped after my guy rushed upstairs to the bathroom—where I was soaking in a hot tub—to tell me about the two peacocks that had landed on the rooftop of the house across the street. Suffice to say I sent him back. With…