Every two year the pretty fortress city of Naarden has a photo exhibition about Dutch photographers. At different locations and in the open air you can watch the most wonderful photos. When entering the city you get a foretaste with the big photos placed along the fortress ramparts.
The theme of the festival of this year is "Don't stay here. Dutch photography on the move" so we saw photos made all over the world. This is outside the big Church where also photo's were placed.
Inside the Church were several exhibitons.
These are portraits of homeless people from the southern states of America made by Jan Banning.
Here a photographer was telling to a group about his travels to Cambodia and his photos he made there.
This location was in the attic of the Town Hall. I had to climb many stairs to reach here, but that is part of this festival, you come at places you otherwise never will see.
Look what a pretty building the Town Hall is.
This photo was one of my favorites, a group of factory workers in China made by Willem Wernsen.
Although the weather was not what we had expected we braved the cold outside with a portion of warm Bitterballen.