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Side note: I hate the new homepage, though I am relieved I'll be able to renew my Pro-account under the normal terms and conditions. What a strange, suicidal move by Yahoo. I wonder why we were never consulted about what we like, what we don't like and what we would like differently and how..
Change is good but consult your user base first and be open and clear about the process to begin with, especially considering we are paying members, for the most part anyway.
Urban life in the Netherlands
Ricoh GR Digital IV
More than one million liters of urine produced in Amsterdam on Queensdag.
FINE this guy. Baggy trousers (pants) with the exposure of underwear and skin can get you a fine of $150 in some American cities. Only in the USA, I think it was once called the land of the free!
House Bill 1626, also known as the “Baggy Pants Bill” . www.miamiherald.com/548/story/455967.html
Verslag van de viering Koniginnedag, 30 april 2009, Groningen
Photo reportage from the Queensday celebratons, 30 april 2009
See more in the set "Koninginnedag '09"
e x p l o r e d, #26 (2 may 2009)
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The most beautifull smile I captured on Queensday.
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Last Queensday for the Dutch and a few pictures of the coronation ceremony of the new Dutch King, Willem-Alexander.
DJ set by Armin van Buuren.
As seen on the computer of our hotel in Lipari, Sicilia; looking at the front of our own house, via the webcam of our neighbour: www.eyelogue.com/donniecam.html
Het was zo'n geweldig volksfeest totdat....
It was such a great national feast until......
Last weekend we celebrated Queensday in the Netherlands. This is the first picture in a short series. If you can't wait, please visit the blog for more pictures here: sjoerdbooij.nl/2011/photography/queensday-amsterdam-2011/
Happy Queensday everyone! This is what I picked up at the fair. They needed lots of water & soap and a little touch up with a black marker. I wasn't aware that Pickachu could 'speak' until I arrived at home and wondered who was saying 'Pickachu' over and over...