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The Steenen Beer, also known as the Westpoort or Brugse Poort, is the most famous city gate. It was built between 1444 and 1456 by the master bricklayer Hendrik…

De Koe is a flour mill on the Warwijcksestraat on the edge of Veere. It is a round, brick-built tower mill from 1909 and whitewashed in the Zeeland tradition.…

The water tower in Domburg, in the Dutch province of Zeeland, was designed by Hendrik Sangster and built in 1933 by order of the water company of the…

I honestly don't know what this was ... it has some sort of megaphones attached to its body and when the wind blows, it gave off a "whoosh" sound in different…

From the beautiful polders in Zeeland I made a series of acrylic paintings on panel and canvas board of 25x25 cm. In a sketchy style I tried to capture the…

Goes is a little city on one of the Zeelandic peninsulae. Not exactly on the Dutch-Flemish border, but close enough for a daytrip and definitely worth it.…

This is one is also taken during out trip to zeeland-Netherlands. One of the markerpoles of the oysterbank got my attention. covered completly with some…

Sticking to the landscapes in B&W, already begin to see them more in monochrome when I want to take the shot. Today we went just over the border to the…

The beautiful majestic cloudy skies above the water and the polders of Beveland. Light and shadow alternate rapidly and creates a dynamic composition. Painted…
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