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Dutch economy is booming, lots of (building) activity in Amsterdam.

 

All images Nikon Z6 + Nikkor Z 24-70mm f4 S 

 

1. Amsterdam Tower and Filmmuseum EYE
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2. Pontsteiger Building (a penthouse on top is for sale for 8 million Euros)
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3. NDSM Quarter
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4. Shipyard and marina 
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For 8 million Euros I think I would like to live in a more architecturally inspiring building! (#2)

Interesting series with lots to see.

Edited by Clactonian

Still trying.

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On 09/06/2019 at 07:40, Dallas said:

Very colourful in spite of the weather. 

 

Post processing came to the rescue here Dallas. I used a Classic Camera preset from Analog Efex as a basis for these images.

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On 12/06/2019 at 12:23, Clactonian said:

For 8 million Euros I think I would like to live in a more architecturally inspiring building! (#2)

Interesting series with lots to see.

 

I fully agree! Thanks for watching and commenting, Mike.

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