March 20, 2012
This is a continuation of my Amsterdam springtime photo essay.
Postcards From Amsterdam: How Many People Fit on a Bike Anyway?
Spring in Amsterdam
Street Art In Amsterdam
Postcards From Amsterdam: Changes Ahead?
March 18, 2012
Prioritizing Travel: How to Make Those Travel Bucket List Trips a Reality
March 22, 2012
Enjoy your time in Amsterdam. I loved my visits there and hope to return someday.
Thanks, Lisa – plenty to see there – hope you get to go back soon! =)
Excellent photos. I’ve never been to Amsterdam, but this makes it look very inviting!
Definitely worth a look – a fun, quirky city =)
Oh I love Amsterdam, been there about ten years ago… and just today I got an invitation for a weekend there in June… yay! 😀 and your pictures make me even more excited about this trip!
How exciting, Yvonne! So glad these have made a nice preview for you. Have a great time when you visit!
Beautiful photos, I really need to get to Amsterdam.
You definitely do – you’re so close! =)
I once saw photos from Amsterdam of the mid-20th century. It looks much the same today… the canals, the boats, the bikes, the little shops… – I love how history is so alive here.
I can only imagine – would love to see those. The buildings seem so perfectly preserved and have such a unique style that I’m sure it does look just the same. Was noticing all the modern buildings on the way to the airport today – outside of the tourist centre, of course. Glad they kept it that way!
An excellent study of Amsterdam. Just look at that palette of Dutch colours – you can see Van Gogh in that sunken boat on the canal Great memories of a charismatic city.
Such a lovely compliment, thank you so much! =)
I love these shots! But I want to see one of YOU!!!
I know! I’m terrible at handing over the new camera to John, haha. Have plenty of nice portrait shots of him if you like, though =)
Love Amsterdam. Really like your B&W shots, but that one of the rowboat I think is my favorite.
Thanks so much, Pete! We’ll all have to meet up there sometime =)
I love the photos! The one of the flowers on the bike basket is cute. Amsterdam is getting higher on my list, thanks to your photos!
That’s awesome – thanks so much, Ali! =)
Lovely, lovely photographs! Thanks so much for sharing them!
Thank you so much! =)
Nice work on both photo essays! I really enjoyed living vicariously through your pics.
Thanks, Randy! We had a lot of fun walking around in Amsterdam’s lovely weather and taking them =)
The tree with yellow leaves made my heart melt. Amsterdam is such a beautiful city. And your photos keep getting better and better!
Thank you so much, Alexa – so sweet! =)
Hey John and Andrea, Great site! Keep it
up, Let us know if you ever feel like doing guest post. We’re always looking for new writers.
Thanks so much, D! We’re completely swamped with our move to Norway at the moment but will keep it in mind for future. Thanks so much for the offer =)
I want to go, it all looks so amazing!
Do it!! And then come visit us 😉
Lovely photos (as always), guys! It’s nice to be reminded occasionally that Amsterdam is about more than head shops and the red light district. Not that there’s anything wrong with head shops and the red light district…
Thanks so much, Bret! Yeah, no photos allowed in the red light and I try to respect the privacy of those in the coffee shops as well so no photos there – but I definitely feel like those two things are a huge part of Amsterdam too!
Beautiful! All of Europe is so beautiful in the Spring! I miss it!
I love Europe any time of the year but you’re right, Jade, it really turns it on in the Springtime =)
Ahhhhh Amsterdam! I miss it so and cannot wait to return. As always, beautiful pictures.
Thanks so much, Cheryl! We should all go together sometime =)