At the same Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam where I saw Tinguely, is a magnificient overview of the photographic and filmic work of Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) in twenty five years. He was renowed as a street photographer and is recognized as the most important Dutch of the 20th century.
He was a unique figure and made many travels to big cities as Tokyo, Paris, Hong Kong.
But his streetphotos of Amsterdam I like most.
This was in the fifties and sixties a common sight in Amsterdam. A motorist didn't use his brakes very well and drove his car into a canal. The fire brigade had to come to hoist it up. At a certain moment little fences were placed along the sides but even than some got over it. Now everyone wants the cars to ban out of the historic innercity. But that is an endless discussion here.