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Thursday Doors – Doors with a history

Doors to the pinnacle of power My thirtiest (thirtieth) 🙂 entry to Norms Thursday Doors. Historic doors. These doors are backdoor to the Dutch Senate: De Raad van State. Far more important than the main entrance. Let me first explain what the function is of ‘De Raad van State’. The Council of State has two […]

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Wordless Wednesday 33

Old bicycle  

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Weekly photo challenge – Dinnertime

Chips & Sam Adams My favourite dinner: Chips & beer! Ok. It’s not classy, but who cares? As long as nobody knows 🙂 Weekly Photo Challenge – Dinnertime

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Thursday Doors – Essential doors

Secured carpark doors My twenty-ninth entry to Norms Thursday Doors. Essential doors. A door that opens up to the carpark of one of the most exclusive hotels in The Netherlands: Het Kurhaus in Scheveningen. I completely forgot to post the door on Thursday 🙂 So it’s more of a Friday the 13th door. The picture is […]

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Photography Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday 32

Peace palace

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Weekly photo challenge – Future

Tree of Peace “I might cry tomorrow, but I may be smiling the day after. That’s enough. That’s the way life is. If I don’t lose hope – tomorrow will come. Tomorrow will come if we don’t lose hope… I learned that from Nana.But rainy days still make my cheeks wet with tears, even now. […]

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Photography Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors – Essential doors

Terminal The Hague Municipal Railway My twenty-eighth entry to Norms Thursday Doors. Essential doors. That is to say if you are a railway carriage and want to enter the terminal. The first lines in The Hague were horse drawn. In the first half of the 1880s steam trams appeared. These were rapidly replacing the horsedrawn lines, […]

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Monochrome Monday – Gebouw de Maas

Gebouw de maas – Rotterdam