Eyes

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Just revisited one of my earlier imaginaries. Did some HDR-toning but will do more work on it in the future. Below the original imaginary

The weather tonight….

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…. Not really….

Floating flowers

Frangipani flowers floating in a bowl is not only a nice decoration but it also provides a lovely fragrance.

Romancing the flowers revisited

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Pots

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Pictures of the square yard 5: Store Cafe; Not for the domestic worker

The Dutch writer Simon Carmiggelt made a living by observing from his ‘own’ chair and table on a terrace in Amsterdam. He wrote about objects he saw, about people and interaction between them, the sky, the weather and so on. And his stories never became boring; he could even write five or six pages about …

Pictures of the square yard 4: Store Cafe; The empty glass

The Dutch writer Simon Carmiggelt made a living by observing from his ‘own’ chair and table on a terrace in Amsterdam. He wrote about objects he saw, about people and interaction between them, the sky, the weather and so on. And his stories never became boring; he could even write five or six pages about …

Raindrops are falling ….

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…. even in the middle of the night. Shot with Sigma 70-300mm macro without tripod and artificial light. In Photoshop some HDR-toning.

The Honeysuckle

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Pictures from the square yard 3: Store Cafe; How to abuse a tree

The Dutch writer Simon Carmiggelt made a living by observing from his ‘own’ chair and table on a terrace in Amsterdam. He wrote about objects he saw, about people and interaction between them, the sky, the weather and so on. And his stories never became boring; he could even write five or six pages about …