Summertime! Enjoying a day at the beach. The kid loves water and sand. So no better place to go than the beach! Luckily we live pretty close to it. You don’t always have to go far to enjoy that holiday feeling. Sometimes it’s just around the corner.
Another trip to Hungary last month. Time to meet up with family and friends again. So we jumped into the car and started the long drive. About 19 hours later (luckily it went faster on the way back) we arrived save and sound in Hungary. After a good night sleep and a proper breakfast, we were good to go again and ready for the days ahead.
The Day of the Castle is held every year on Whit Monday. Castles, Country estates and ruins open their doors to the general public. We decided to use this opportunity and have a look at some of the places that are normally off limits and enjoy a day in the city of Breda. Many activities for young and old were organized. The city also has a long history connected to the House of Nassau which was also celebrated at this day. Pictures were taken with the X100S using the WCL-X100 to have a wider angle.
4 days of jazz on 16 locations throughout the centre of Breda. Over 175 concerts and almost all of them are free. This year (May 14th till 17th) the 45th edition of the Breda Jazz Festival took place. The festival attracks over 200.000 visitors in 4 days.
I found my time machine and it goes by the name of Asahi Pentax K1000. Ever since I’m getting more into and reading about photography I’m dying to start shooting film. Just like the old days. Back to basics. I think it will help me to develop my skills and hopefully get me to the next level. But most importantly, it will be just a lot of fun. I’ll keep you posted here about my whereabouts as I move along back into the analog world. After all there’s a part II and III in this series. 😉
The Dutch like to spend their Easter Monday outside the house in a traffic jam towards shopping malls, theme parks, DIY stores or Ikea. Although consisting out of a mixed company of Dutch and Hungarians we decided to be no different. Having a guest around the house for the Easter weekend we eventually decided to visit Willemstad. Luckily for us the rest of Holland didn’t finish their Easter brunch yet. Giving us a time and space to explore this little town. On arrival the town still looked pretty much a sleep.