Today I'll be hopping around to a few locations in The Netherlands. As with yesterday's post, these are photos from 1967 taken by my grandfather. While there are no 'knock your socks' off displays of tulips in this post like the last two days, today's presentation does show some of the architecture, beautiful canals and parks, and a harbor scene. The locations shown today include Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Delft.
Tomorrow I'll be moving on to another country, so please stop by.
Above: a familiar view of Amsterdam.
Above: a flower seller along a street in Amsterdam.
Above: a pedestrian mall in Rotterdam.
Above: a view of Rotterdam harbor.
Above: with the Euromast in the distance, a photo of my grandfather in one of Rotterdam's parks.
Above: my grandfather poses next to a statue commemorating Carl Linnaeus, the Father of Taxonomy, in a park in Delft.
Above and below: the historic Delft Town Hall.
Above: a canal scene in Delft.
Above: a flower growing and shipping operation outside of Delft.