I love days that start like this. For some reason a sunrise like this always reminds me that God says his compassions are new every morning:
Whenever the weather permits thousands of Amsterdammers take to the canals, sailing in anything from sloops to yachts, and from army vessels to wooden shoes.
Sailing across the IJ river behind Amsterdam’s Central Station we saw the Arctic Sunrise, one of several Greenpeace vessels stationed here. Update, September, 2013: In an act of piracy, …
I like this spot, the Leidsekade. It’s an oasis of rest just a block away from ultra-busy Leidseplein (Leiden square) and Leidsebosje.
Keizersgracht, Amsterdam, as seen from the Raadhuistraat. And the other way around.
There was a time when property in Amsterdam was taxed based on the width of the building. That’s why you see many narrow houses, especially along the canals. Once …
I’m passionate about coffee, so I was pleased to find this gable stone during a walk around an old Amsterdam neighborhood.
The Montelbaanstoren was built in 1516 as part of the defense wall around medieval Amsterdam. The canal you see is called Oudeschans, which means Old Defense Wall.