Another panorama of an Amsterdam canal, the Looiersgracht. I was just wandering around waiting for my car. They were changing the winter tyres to the summer versions.

86 Looiersgracht, Amsterdam

Panorama Looiersgracht, Amsterdam. Click on it to enlarge.

Amsterdam thanks its Canadians” is a monument in Amsterdam on the Apollolaan. It stands along the route the Canadians took when the liberated Amsterdam in the spring of 1945 at the end of the second world war. As a boy I often passed it on my way to school. I did not like it because of the material used. I like it better now, but the rusty steel does not relate to a liberated feeling for me.

Amsterdam dankt zijn Canadezen

“Amsterdam dankt zijn Canadezen”. Click on it to enlarge.

I really enjoy making these panoramas. I should have been a little more precise. I had to cut of some nice parts of the panorama because some essential part were missing.

26 Keizersgracht en Leidsegracht, Amsterdam

Keizersgracht and Leidsegracht, Amsterdam. Click on it to enlarge.

This afternoon I was in the center of Amsterdam. The canals and the 17th century houses looked wonderful in the low winter light. The canals beg for panorama shots. There is so much to see and there are so many corners and angles. Here’s an example.

25 Leidsegracht, Amsterdam

Leidsegracht, Amsterdam. Click on it to enlarge.

A Man Falling

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