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New series online!

Posted 1 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


As promised, all photos of the exhibition "Wie ben jij?" / "Papers please!" are online!


( September 2006)
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London ahead

Posted 3 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


I was expecting to go to Wroclaw (PL) next week, but it's going to be London instead.


( London - UK, July 2006)
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Max speed = 87 km/h

Posted 4 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Politicians talk rubbish and they are known for it. Traditionally, Dutch ministers of transportation are the dumbest of all their colleagues. On November 1st of last year, speed limits of 80 km/h were imposed (plus permanent speed control) on a number of stretches of highway around big cities. It was claimed that this would reduce congestion and air pollution. Which is about as credible as the National Railways claiming that new timetables are composed 'to serve travelers'.

Like all non-politicians expected, the 80 km/h zones led to massive congestions during week hours. Not so much because of the speed itself, but for the simple reason that whenever people slow down and they are many, they will eventually come to a standstill and get stuck in massive jams.

Who's fault is this? The drivers', claims our minister. They observe the speed limits to tighly. If we can please understand that 87 is a more appropriate speed for these 80 km/h zones and you will only get caught for speeding when driving faster than that. Nevertheless, the signs will keep saying 80 - please sort-of-disregard them.


( The Hague - NL, May 2006 / on a calm Saturday ;))
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Metro Maps

Posted 6 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


I happened to read about a book called Metro Maps of the World by Mark Ovenden. Looks interesting!


( Bucharest - RO, October 2003)
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Bike art

Posted 9 October 2006 - London (UK)



( London - UK)
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More London

Posted 10 October 2006 - London (UK):


Quick photo near Paddington Station:


( London - UK, October 2006)
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Not alone

Posted 11 October 2006 - London (UK):


We're obviously not the only people visiting London these days..


( London - UK, October 2006)
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Free photo action ending

Posted 12 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


The free photo action is coming to an end! If you still want to apply for one, be quick and click "Free photo" in the menu on the right. This month's photo is from Scheveningen beach:


( The Hague - NL, February 2004 )
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And back again

Posted 15 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


.. via Eurotunnel, driving along the North Sea shore towards Jabbeke for a final on the paintball playground!


( Folkstone - UK, 15 October 2006)
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London photos on their way

Posted 16 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


I almost forgot about all the photos I took in Londen earlier last week. Here's a first one, with many more to come during the next few days!


( London - UK, October 2006)
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London week @ PhotoLogiX

Posted 17 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


This week = London week. Two more photos below, with a series black and white street photos still on the way. ETA = 2moro


( London - UK, October 2006)
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Streets of London

Posted 18 October 2006:



( London - UK)
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On and off the tube

Posted 19 October 2006:



( London - UK, October 2006)
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Final call

Posted 20 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


One final photo from London, I plan to be there again for a few days by the end of November.


( London - UK, October 2006)
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New home office on 2nd floor

Posted 21 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):



( The Hague - NL, 21 October 2006)
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Taekwondo

Posted 22 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Took photos of the European Open Taekwondo Tournament today. Some tough fighting going on!


( The Hague - NL, 22 October 2006)
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B&W Rules

Posted 23 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Am very annoyed today finding out that there are hardly any photo labs left that print normal black and white photos from film.


( Antwerp - BE, July 2003)
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Another rainy day in The Hague

Posted 24 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


And also bought a new bike to get to the railway station and back.


( The Hague - NL, October 2006)
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Rome one year ago

Posted 26 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Last year on this day, I was walking around the city of Rome, taking plenty of photos and having a good time. Travel agenda for November: Texel Island with Maaike followed by London - possibly with Rody otherwise alone.


( Rome - IT, October 2005)
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Plane spotting

Posted 27 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Spent some hours today taking photos along Schiphol's runway 24, which resulted in two nice photos of airline companies who have Amsterdam as a hub: Northwest Airlines (Airbus 330) and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (Boeing 747). If you like photos of airliners, have a look at this page.

Special plans for tomorrow: touring along with the fire brigade of the Zeeland islands! Photos can be expected early in the evening.


( Schiphol - NL, 27 October 2006)
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Dark days before Christmas

Posted 30 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


Summer is definitely over, we're done with daylight savings time and it's dark by the time the working day is done. This means less time for taking photos and more time for restructuring websites. Planned updatums for PhotoLogiX:
- Adding one page for special events;
- Adding 'buy photo' options to the PhotoLog;
- Adding a geographic search for the PhotoLog archive;
- Making up new photo projects.


( London - UK, October 2006)
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Sesame Street effect

Posted 31 October 2006 - The Hague (NL):


I like it when things are clear and organised at first sight. But especially in photography or music, it's nice to have background layers which gives the whole some depth. The background layers should typically be more complicated and bring up questions with the audience, or possibly a predicted emotion, or a perceived task of what they are supposed to do next.

Below photo is maybe not the best ever example, but it does provide a rather clear overview of something. Then try to find all the cars in the photo (next step would be to count them..) and be amazed how many there are if you look well! PS If you like doing this, try to find how many people you can find in the first photo posted under 17 October (with zebra crossing). Seems to be zero but it's much more than that!


( Prague - CZ, June 2005)
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