FALL IN HOLLAND

 

The trees will turn color in Fall, and be bare in winter, but the grass will be green all year.

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(1) Amsterdam. Many trees are leaning as a result of storms and much wind.
Most middle class people live in apartments, as you see on the right .

 

 

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(2) Many bridges, because Amsterdam was built on pillars standing in water
(Weekend Reflections, Fences)

 

Fri Hunt:
Begin with Q –  Quiet Sunset (6)
Weeks Favorite: flowers with B
Fall or Spring: Fall (1 and 2) Spring (3 and 5)

 

 

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(3) Flowers and Bee in Hortus, N. of Holland  (Groningen)
Fri Flowers Foto  *  Todays Flowers  * Fri Greens *  Sat. Critters  * Water World

 

 

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(4) Real city living doors! For Thursday Doors

Most middle class people live in apartments  or split level homes – Holland is severly over populated. Most residential homes are in the newer suburban areas for a hefty price, or in the country.
Am counting at least five traffic signs! Now all the power lines are underground, but not in these older neighborhoods in Amsterdam from previous centuries. There were so many in this view, that I removed most of them.

 

 

 

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The Doors of a slice of the scene below

 

 

 

 

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On top you can see the year this was built: anno  1730.
A part of my brother’s life when he was studying in Groningen (North Holl.) The blue sign means: The Three Sisters.

 

 

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Pleasurable and Comfortable to end our walk with chocolate milk and apple torte:)
(Our Beautiful World and ABC Wednesday – P)

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You would not believe the cool, stunning, and endearing  posts linking up to ALL SEASONS – between Sunday and Wednesday

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I know I’m bragging, but they deserve it! Join the fun:)

 

Thank you for hosting each week and for replying with a comment. The latter means much to me!

Good Fences  *  Thurs. Doors Floral Fri Foto  Sky Watch *
Weekend Reflections  * Todays Flowers  Fri Greens  Fri Photo Journal  Fri Hunt  * Sat Critters  * Our Beautiful World  *
Blue Monday * Life Thru Lens  *  Our World  *
Tue Texture * Tue Treasures * Nature Notes  *  Tue. Travel  *
ABC Wed. – P * Outdoor Wednesday Communal Global *

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42 Comments Add yours

  1. Norm 2.0 says:

    Lovely shots. Thanks for the quick peek into a very different lifestyle. In most of North America we are spoiled because we still have so much space. Cheers 🙂

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  2. Eileen Wise says:

    Hello, pretty views of Holland. I love the fall colors and trees. Have a great day and weekend ahead!

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    1. Eileen Wise says:

      Hello, stopping back to say thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, have a happy weekend!

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  3. Barb says:

    I liked seeing that walkway with the towering trees. It looks very busy in the city. I’m accusomed to wide open spaces but I love walking in the city, too.

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  4. TexWisGirl says:

    love the bridge. looks like a neat place to hang around. 🙂

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  5. Jim says:

    Great Autumn shots.

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  6. felicia says:

    beautiful views of your city. I really like the first two images.

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  7. ladyfi says:

    Such pretty autumn shots.

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  8. arv! says:

    Love the first two pictures of street! It’s a beautiful place.

    you’re lucky! 🙂

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  9. Peter B says:

    I really want to visit Holland sometime!! Thanks for the tour, and I like the photos!

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  10. Jesh, I haven’t been to Holland since the mid-seventies, so thanks for taking me back for a few minutes. Now if we could just have some broodjes and bier!

    janet

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    1. jesh stg says:

      Oh wow, even from ten years ago it has changed quite a bit.
      My weakness is pommes frites (frennch fries) and chocolate:)
      Cities have greatly enlarged, Changing to the Euro, prices have become steep. Only on the country side are still some wide open spaces and not much changed..

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      1. I had my first Vietnamese food there and fell in love with bami goreng. Haven’t found it many places in the US in all these years, although I did find some in Seattle many years ago. Yes, the pommes frites are delightful!

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  11. Love your autumn colours and those goodies look yummy

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  12. yogiabb says:

    Beautiful and interesting pics. I’ve noticed that housing in Holland is very expensive compared to where I live in the US.

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  13. Marleen, NL says:

    Nice to see these photos of the Netherlands!

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  14. James says:

    My favorite season! I love your pictures and now I want some apple torte 🙂

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  15. Molly says:

    Beautiful Autumn colours

    Mollyxxx

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  16. Ramona says:

    Very lovely captures. ❤

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  17. I love that first shot, of the leaning trees, the colours are fabulous.

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  18. Thank you for the visit to Holland in the Autumn…. really enjoyed it. And thank you too for hosting SEASONS — I forgot to add that to my comment in your post above.

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  19. Wonderful shot of the bridge. I love fall anywhere and can I have one of those apple tortes, yum!

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  20. A really interesting set of pictures.

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  21. Fun60 says:

    You seem to have captured the essence of the city in just a few photos.

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  22. So charming, thanks for sharing in the Colors of Autumn

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  23. Hi Jesh, Your photos of Holland and the stories behind each photo was lovely. No wonder your population is so many people. Holland is a beautiful place to live.
    Happy Fall.
    xo, Jeanne

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  24. Teresa says:

    Beautiful scenes. Learning about new places is one of my favorite parts of blogging. Thanks so much for joining Friday’s Hunt. Hope you have a great week!

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  25. marja says:

    Love the autumn colours and always love Amsterdam It’s buildings, the canals en gezelligheid

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  26. Melody62 says:

    heartwarming…… for me being a Groningse by birth 😉

    Have a wonderful ABC-day / – week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
    http://melodymusic.nl/a-b-c-wednesday-19p/

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  27. aandj8804 says:

    I’d love to visit Amsterdam in the fall! The treat in your last image looks yummy! What a great way to end a walk! 🙂

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  28. Great mix of photos. Beautiful place to live. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. (m) as me says:

    I would love to see Holland one day! Love the first pictures!

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  30. DeniseinVA says:

    Thank you so much for sharing with Today’s Flowers Jesh, which I always appreciate 🙂

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  31. Ah, you brought back happy memories of the time I was living in Holland, Jesh! 🙂
    Thanks for taking part in the Floral Friday Fotos meme.

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  32. Mitzi says:

    Very lovely…I have some wonderful memories of Holland & Europe…thanks for bringing them to the surface!

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  33. Every walk ought to end with something pleasurable to eat. Yumm. I haven’t seen much of autumn in our area, but then I haven’t wandered around much this season. Now, I’m waiting patiently for it to start raining. Hope so. I haven’t watered the garden in over a week.

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  34. Peabea says:

    Love seeing your sharing here. Since I don’t travel, this is great to know about your Holland. Enjoyed.
    Peabea@Peabea Scribbles visiting from LTTL and Texture Tuesday crimson theme

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  35. I can still see some greens there, Jesh! Nice shots.
    Thank you for joining the Friday Greens meme.

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  36. Lisa says:

    Oh goodness I do miss Europe. You have the most beautiful falls. Well done on capturing it so well.

    Lisa @ LTTL

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    1. jesh stg says:

      When you say it like that, I wonder if you lived there? And if so, where, may I ask?
      I am Dutch, but have lived for 30+ years in California.

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  37. Roger Green says:

    Those leaning trees are quite interesting, actually.
    ROG, ABCW

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