Kinderdijk in the Netherlands

May 19, 2018

Bertus Hanekom

How the Photo was Taken

This image was taken out of hand, using a Canon 6d dslr and a graduated neutral density filter.

Photo Location

This image was taken about two weeks ago on a recent trip to Europe. It is taken at a village known at Kinderdijk, which is home to the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands. This is quite a well known Dutch tourist area and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I went late afternoon and was lucky enough to avoid the crowds.

About the Author

Bertus Hanekom

I'm a keen amateur landscape photographer that enjoys visiting new places. I am inspired by capturing & creating artistic images of nature, with a fondness for landscapes and the ocean.

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