From time to time I will pick some of my best images, to be available as “Limited edition prints”. These are carefully selected and will be printed on, Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 g/m² fine art paper. A3 prints will have a limited run of only 30 each, A2 prints are limited to 15 prints.
A signed and numbered certificate of authenticity, will be included with all prints.
On a clear night I took my bicycle to the city centre of Rotterdam, to photograph it's iconic skyline during bluehour. A ship at the cruise terminal, completed this image!! Please note, this image is only availible in the size 40x50cm.
It was a calm and peaceful morning, at the tulip fields near Oude Tongen. There was still some mist on the horizon, while the first sun rays illuminated the pink flowers.
It was a early start at the most photogenic rice terraces, around Ubud. At 6:30 am the sun was rising, but it took another hour before first rays hit the beautiful landscape in front of me.
Spring in Holland is colourful, with thousands of tulips covering the landscape. Most fields have just one colour, but this small section near Halfweg was exploding with many species in all colours.
This night I went to the Jalan Asia-Afrika street in Bandung, to photograph this historic Dutch building. When the traffic lights turned green, I started this six second exposure. So that the scooters and motorbikes, created these amazing lighttrails!!!
It was a calm summer evening on the Island of Terschelling, were I wanted to photograph this remote house on the beach. Afther I found my foreground, I had to wait an other two hours before to sun disappeared on the horizon!!
The windmills at Kinderdijk are photogenic all year, but during the first week of September this place becomes a little bit more special. At night the 19 windmills are Illuminated, while the blue hour slowly fades away!!!
It was late April when I took my bicycle to Kinderdijk, to photograph a sunset. Unfortunately the clouds blocked the sky at the best spot, so I went to this location. While the blue hour started I took this 4 minute exposure, it’s one of my favourite photo’s from 2019.