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Nobody Out in the Grain

Nobody Out in the Grain

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Kale Duinen prt1

Kale Duinen prt1

Aekingerzand, or ‘Kale Duinen’ (Naked Dunes) is one of our sand-drift-heathlands; and it is part of ‘Nationaal Park Drents-Friese Wold’. It’s in the north of the Netherlands on the border of the provinces Drenthe ‘and Friesland just under a town called Appelscha. It’s protected nature. Good for walking. I liked the strange feeling of a ‘beach without a sea’.

Kale Duinen prt2

Kale Duinen prt2

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Kale Duinen prt3

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Kale Duinen prt4

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Kale Duinen prt5

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Kale Duinen prt6

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Kale Duinen prt7

Fochteloërveen prt1

Fochteloërveen prt1

The shots of the last few days are from a moorland area called Fochteloërveen. It’s in the north of the Netherlands on the border of the provinces Drenthe and Friesland just under a town called Veenhuizen. It’s one of our best preserved moorlands and protected nature. I liked the wide, monotone views; the colours; the water; and the fog of that day made it even more mysterious.

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Fochteloërveen prt2

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Fochteloërveen prt3

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Fochteloërveen prt5

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Fochteloërveen prt6

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Fochteloërveen prt7

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Fochteloërveen prt8

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Fochteloërveen prt9

From the last Barranco prt1

From the last Barranco prt1

It’s the Barranco of Espils. Last year I climbed down there for the first time. Beautiful. This year I went down with my son. We had too find our way in the unknown and had some tricky moments; but once the water was reached, down in the barranco, things got relaxed.

From the last Barranco prt2

From the last Barranco prt2

From the last Barranco prt3

From the last Barranco prt3

From the last Barranco prt4

From the last Barranco prt4

From the last Barranco prt5

From the last Barranco prt5

From the last Barranco prt6

From the last Barranco prt6

From the last Barranco prt7

From the last Barranco prt7

From the last Barranco prt8

From the last Barranco prt8

From the last Barranco prt9

From the last Barranco prt9

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