Moving, ICM and Multiple Exposure

Two photos of the weir in Driel, early in the morning (double exposure)
Driel is a village in the municipality of Overbetuwe in Gelderland with approximately 4,400 inhabitants. It is located southwest of Arnhem on the southern Rhine bank. A point of interest is the weir / dam complex in the Rhine

Glow, Light Art Festival, Eindhoven, 2018
GLOW Eindhoven is a free light art festival where artists and designers from home and abroad show light art and design applications in public spaces that have come about through the use of new media technologies, such as computers, sensors, animations, but also more familiar projection techniques

World Championship Inline Skating, July 2018
The World Championship was organized by the city of Arnhem, the capital of the province of Gelderland. The municipality of Arnhem has approximately155,000 inhabitants
One of the ten NOMINATED photos for the Sportphoto of Arnhem 2018
One of the ten NOMINATED photos for the Sportphoto of Arnhem 2018

Arnhem in the evening

Times Square, Manhattan, New York City
Times Square is a major commercial intersection, tourist destination, entertainment center and neighborhood in the Midtown Manhattan section of New York City at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. It stretches from West 42nd to West 47th Streets. Brightly adorned with billboards and advertisements, Times Square is sometimes referred to as "The Crossroads of the World"

Freedom Tower and Westfield Shopping Center in multiple exposure
Manhattan, New York City
The One World Trade Center (previously known as the Freedom Tower) is a skyscraper in New York that, with its height of 541 meters, is the tallest building on the American continent. The name refers to the skyscraper 1 WTC (also called North Tower) of the original World Trade Center, which was destroyed during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The construction of the One World Trade Center started on April 27, 2006 and the opening took place on November 3, 2014

Moving Rotterdam
The photos show the building called 'Rotterdam' and the Erasmus bridge
De 'Rotterdam' is a building on the Wilhelmina Pier in Rotterdam designed by Rem Koolhaas. The complex was completed at the end of 2013. On November 21, 2013, the largest user, the municipality of Rotterdam, received the key. The design offers space for offices, a hotel and apartments. The 44 floors have a total surface area of approximately 160,000 m², making this one of the largest buildings in the Netherlands.
The Erasmus Bridge is next to the Willems Bridge the second bridge over the Nieuwe Maas in the center of Rotterdam and is named after the Dutch priest and humanist Erasmus. The bridge connects the Kop van Zuid district with the center on the north side of the river. The bridge was designed by Ben van Berkel (UNStudio) and delivered in 1996. The 284 meter long cable-stayed bridge has a 139 meter high asymmetrical steel pylon. The bridge owes this to the nickname 'The Swan'. Between the Kop van Zuid and the pylon there is an 89 meter long bascule bridge for ships that cannot pass under the cable-stayed bridge. This bascule bridge is the largest and heaviest bascule bridge in Western Europe

Amsterdam Central Station
Amsterdam Central Station is the central station of the Dutch capital Amsterdam. It was built between 1881 and 1889 to a design by P.J.H. Cuypers, A.L. van Gendt (station building) and L.J. Eijmer (station cover). Amsterdam Central has around 160,000 boarders and departors every day, making it the busiest station in the Netherlands after Utrecht Central Station. Travelers can use trains, subways, trams, buses and ferries. The station is located on the plotted Station Island in the IJ

Amsterdam Light Festival
The Amsterdam Light Festival is an annual light festival since 2012 in the center of Amsterdam. It takes place in the months of December and January. During the festival period, light artworks and installations designed by contemporary (international) artists, designers and architects were exhibited in the city specifically for the occasion

Vertical movements: The Sysselt, Ede
Het Gelders Landschap is a Dutch foundation that aims to protect nature and landscape in the province of Gelderland. This photo is taken in the Sysselt, located between Ede and Bennekom. The Sysselt is also managed by Het Geldersch Landschap

Christmas, photo made with a moving zoom

Autumn in Teutoburg Forest
The Teutoburger forest is a mountain range that rises from the lowest point at Bevergern in an easterly and southeastern direction to the highest point, the Barnacken (446 m) at Horn-Bad Meinberg. The area extends over the states of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. The mountains are about 105 km long
Photos made with vertical movement and rotation

All kinds of moving, rotating and multiple exposure

Nijmegen is a city and municipality in the Dutch province of Gelderland, close to the border with Germany. The city lies largely on the southern bank of the Waal, at the foot of a moraine. The so-called Waalsprong lies to the north of the river, an area in which the village of Lent and an annexed part of Oosterhout are located. 
Photos made with a moving zoom from the northern part of Nijmegen

Jumping Fitness

Veluwe / Dunes / Nature
The Veluwe is a predominantly wooded region in the Dutch province of Gelderland and a former quarter of the Duchy of Gelre. The Veluwe measures around 1000 km². In contrast to the old quarter, the Veluwe has no clearly defined fixed boundaries. Overall, the region is enclosed between the IJsseldal, the Veluwerandmeren, the Nederrijn and the Gelderse Vallei
Photos made by all kinds of moving, rotating and multiple exposure

Multiple Exposure

Multiple Exposure / Nature

Car wash (multiple exposure)

Double exposure
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