I like how each house looks so different. Here the builders would have made row housing from the same cookie cutter... one for all.
Very nice classic views !
Beuatiful canal houses.
Everything looks better in the sunshine Marianne, or covered in snow :) I've always loved winter trees, here in Perth it's the only way to know that it really IS winter :)
Lovely architecture Marianne.
So much variety in the facades, all making them very individual even though they are connected. My daughter from Minnesota will be in Amsterdam in March!
We have not been in Amsterdam, but just across the sea to Grietsiel, Germany.
Hello, they are pretty houses. I would like to visit Amsterdam someday! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Oooo...the Porta-potty really sets off the scene!
Tremendously appealing architecture!
I'm always intrigued how the city is built next to, in and around water. I guess they had a system that would work.
Geweldig, vooral die eerste foto met de wolken erboven.
Oh I really like that second picture!
I'm with John on this one, b. :-)
Dearest Marianne,That is so true about the bare trees! Just did pre-program the trip from Pieter to the Great Wall and it was exactly for that same reason that they could SEE it from their bus, on the way... With bare trees on March 26, sunny but oh so cold. Wearing his warm and lined Parka (my idea for taking it along) he managed well.We have all KLM blue houses lined on our window ledge in the veranda and enjoy them. So unique and knowing they are true replicas of the real ones.Lovely photos and keen for taking them in winter time!Hugs,Mariette
They are so pretty! I like how ornate some of those roof lines are.
When I'm thinking of Amsterdan, the two things come first to my mind, the wonderful narrow houses and canals. These photos of canals are so lovely, I think they are nice in every day in the year.
Looks pretty, and reminds me of the summer, age 7,5 ..... (yes, a long time ago) when I first went abroad with my dad. We visited some friends of our Dutch friends who lived in a house like in your photos here. The stairs, the dark wooden furniture, the biscuits and the "sinasapple" drink, in Norwegian orange is "appelsin". Strange how memories works. Happy new week to you and yours:)
Nice memories indeed, sinaasappelsap, a word to break your tongue over for a stranger.
Duas belas fotografias de Amsterdam.Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
The sun does the same thing here too. Even our bare, gray trees look pretty good!