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1. Refinery burning oyster
shells to make lime; canal in foreground; inland sea in background in Enkhuizen,
The Netherlands, which is just north of Amsterdam. The refinery is part
of this working village recreating the 'golden age'of the 17th century.
2. The Windmill De Gooyer,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands. July 1999.
3. Zwolle, The Netherlands,
east of Amsterdam: unbelievable balancing act; the rock being supported
is at least 20 feet long. April 2002.
4. Bronze on street in Düsseldorf,
Germany, March 2000.
5. Along the bank of the Rhine
River in Düsseldorf, Germany, March 2000.
6. Groningen, The Netherlands
- one of the northern-most towns in the country. March 2001.
7. The Maas River going through
Maastricht, The Netherlands, the southern-most city in the country. To
the east lies Germany, to the south and the west is Belgium. February 2001.
8. Sand dunes in the Hoge Veluwe
National Park in the east of The Netherlands. August 2001.
9. Paris, France. Musée
Rodin at left with a view of Hôtel Les Invalides in background which
was built to house 4,000 wounded soldiers. (Rodin's "The Thinker" sits
in this front garden, barely visible - 100 pixels up from bottom and 125
pixels in from right side of photo - a red rose at the base of statue.)
10. Le Louvre, Paris, France.
The largest museum in the world; formerly a royal palace. Viewed from inner
courtyard. September 2001.
B. Carpeaux: Le prince impérial et son chien - 1865. Marble statue
of prince with his dog. Musée D'Orsay, Paris, France. September
Photographs of the United States of America - east to west:
12. Fair Oaks on the Magothy,
Severna Park, Maryland. The Magothy River is a tributary on the western
side of the Chesapeake Bay between Baltimore to the north and Annapolis
to the south. Looking across the river is girl scout Camp Whipporwill.
The tributary just in front of the camp to the left is the 'Little Magothy'
and the middle tributary is 'Cattail Creek', while the closest body of
water to the left is a cove in Fair Oaks. This scene is the beginning of
the fullness of the Magothy; the mouth into the Chesapeake Bay is 5 miles
south-east to the right. September 2000.
13. Farm just west of
Skyline Drive in Virginia USA. September 2000.
14. Farm in southern Pennsylvania
USA. September 2000.
15.Cornfield in Ohio USA. September
16. Skyline of Chicago, Illinois
USA, in the mists of Lake Michigan, May 2002.
17. View from Mississippi River
of St. Louis, Missouri USA. September 2000.
18. The Mississippi River further
south between Arkansas and Tennessee USA. September 2000.
19. Pastoral setting in Oklahoma
USA. September 2000.
20. Cattle on a plain in the
Texas USA panhandle. September 2000.
21. The Continental Divide
just west of Albuquerque, New Mexico USA. September 2000.
22. Mountains ascending through
clouds viewed from 35,000 feet elevation over western United States of
America, May 2001.
23. Sedona, Arizona USA. September
24. Stan Schaap standing at
over 12,000 feet elevation on Mt. Shasta in northern California USA. September
25. Joshua tree; Mohave Desert,
California USA. September 2000.
26. Dimly on the horizon a
view of Santa Cruz Island in the Pacific Ocean, one of the Channel Islands
off the coast of Santa Barbara, California USA. Picture taken from atop
San Marcos Pass at 3,400 feet elevation. May 2002.
27. From atop the Santa Ynez
Mountains behind Santa Barbara, California looking west. To the south is
the Pacific Ocean and to the north is the Santa Ynez Valley. Just to the
north of the further-most peak in the center of the picture Lake Cachuma
is barely visible. This was a panorama shot of 2 photos stitched
together taken by Stan Schaap with an Olympus Camedia digital camera C-3030
Zoom. May 2002.
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