Here you will find a selection of my photographic endeavors. Some are better than others though … If you are interested in buying, please visit http://bastiaanvisee.werkaandemuur.nl
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As per usual we went to the VSM event “Terug naar Toen”. This year I’ve created an album full of black/white with a strong emphasis on technical details. It looked like fun to me. Enjoy!
The festival “Middeleeuws Winschoten” (Medieval Winschoten) is a local festival where I met with the guys and girls from https://vuurgilde.nl who put up a great show. It was a true delight meeting them en putting them to the digital sensor of my new camera! Enjoy!
At the local Schildmeer you just cannot rush into anything. This tiny lake has so much too offer in terms of wildlife, recreation and just sheer beauty. It’s almost too much.
Gent has to be one of the most charming places of Belgium. Best enjoyed with a cold glass of Belgium ale in hand!
Castle Dussen is very small, but super nice castle in Brabant. As far as perfectly conserved goes, this is the place to be.
First run with the new D800 and 28-70 f/2.8. Together with a friend who’s taking very brave steps on her way to becoming an excellent photographer!
The yearly steamtrip to the VSM. Not a lot of pictures, but I like these the most. Note the model railroad! The Station Sauwerd built by R. de Vries! AWESOME!!
A visit to an old factory (paper mill, actually). It’s been demolished, but they also used this location, later on, to shoot some scenes from “Zwartboek” I believe, a Dutch WW2 movie.
A little bit old-fashioned Dutch scenes with a slightly modern twist. Some experiments with HDR and, as per usual, a panorama 🙂
Steam is a journey back in time and it’s still fascinating as it ever was.
Art and art. The weather was really good so the contrast is very nice in this series. Banana?
Zeeland has to be one of the nicest provinces of the country. So different from the north, but ofcourse with it’s own charm 🙂
This is a local site where they organise organic markets with lots of local produce. The view is nice too.
Beatles, beetles etc. I like old cars!
The city of Groningen can’t be mentioned without tripping your own feet over either students and bikes and most of the time they belong together.
Impressive country with a lot of history (good and bad). Lots of beautiful scenery if you know where to look and friendly people.
A very local village, still resisting the Roman occupation, ah no, wrong village 🙂