I’m back in Holland after a frantic week in London. The dog seems happy to see me!
Or…..in American ‘The Mall’ and, of course, the ‘Center!’
Waiting for the shop to open…
Riding on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) in London. Eek! No driver!!!
Now surely I deserve a complimentary cup of coffee after this one?
Right hotel room, wrong lens! A great view of London City Airport from my hotel room but I didn’t bring my long lens with me on this trip.
I don’t come back to my home country often but, this time, I was so very shocked when I saw the amount of litter on the streets. The parts of London I have visited are covered in litter, discarded fast food joint wrappers, broken bottles and worse. London, it would appear, has become one gigantic and disgusting rubbish tip. The government should hang its head in deep shame.
Do you think Heineken will send me a free bottle of beer for posting this one? I thought this image had a dash of a Rembrandt crowd scene about it….
A curious way to look at an aircraft perhaps. For a long time, I rejected this image but, for some reason, it works for me today…
Very brave men flew these Lysander aircraft during WW2. The RAF pilots who flew these aircraft behind enemy lines, landed and either picked up or dropped off resistance fighters. The pilots would land in the dead of night in out of the way fields guided by only three people on the ground who held torches. No GPS or navigational aids in those days. The aircraft were unarmed.
The frogs here in Holland are all fired up with the need to make love…(lucky frogs!).
A chicken hiding out on (in?) one of the lock gates nearby.