Since recent updates of the slide show system I’m having problems with it.
No time at the moment to sort it out… sorry!

Welcome to my Photo Website & Blog!

You can choose to read and view my blog posts or view the galleries… or both! 🙂

It’s a bit quiet here lately, as I’m working on a brand new New Zealand photo website, serious back problems preventing me from spending the time I would like to work on it.
But…. it’s growing steadily!
Once on line I will move the NZ subjects to the new website and keep on working on both photo sites. My heart will always be in two countries and photography my passion.

Little Summer Visitor

Yesterday in our garden.. the first I was able to catch on camera

Spring Magnolia

Gorgeous Robin

Dankzij een tip van een vriendin die maar weinig dingen over de natuur nĂ­et weet… : Vogels hebben te weinig houvast aan de glazen rand van de pindakaaspot. De oplossing is geweldig. Foto van dit roodborstje vanmorgen genomen.
Birds LOVE the twigs, the glass edge of the peanut butter jar gives too little support.
Photo just taken through our living room window.

Robin - Roodborstje

Autumn – Herfst Album

Just finished, click the Image  – Klik op de Afbeelding


Fallow Deer

One of our opposite Neighbours
Dit damhert woont bij ons aan de overkant

Damhert-Fallow Deer

Pholiota Aurivella


Photo taken this morning in one of the beautiful forests in our neighbourhood


New Album

Hi all, I’ve just added a new album that will certainly be regularly updated!
Click the image below, or use the Navigation Bar (Photo Galleries – The Netherlands)
Eindelijk weer eens een nieuw album gestart met foto’s van onze NL tuin
Klik op de afbeelding hieronder!


Flax Flowers Westport

I love their wildness especially with this background,
the South Island west coast at Westport


Weather Inversion

The other day, driving by car we noticed an almost an amazìng, almost bizar, phenomena, it apperead to be a case of “Weather Inversion”
(Wikipedia Quote)
In meteorology, an inversion is a deviation from the normal change of an atmospheric property with altitude. It almost always refers to a “temperature inversion”, i.e. an increase in temperature with height, or to the layer (“inversion layer”) within which such an increase occurs.

I managed to take two photos while driving:

(also published on my Dutch Blog)

Airliner Trail at Sunset

Twee foto’s van de condensstreep van een verkeersvliegtuig bij zonsondergang
AirlinerTrail-at Sunset

Summer Fun

Timeless fun on our market square
Zomaar een marktplein op de Veluwe