Last week on my way home from a student I came across Buitengoed Leeuwenbergh. It was late in the afternoon and surprizingly a drizzly grey day turned into a blue sky with a beautiful sunset. It so happened I saw this incredible and bizarre curved tree trunk.
When I went out for a drink with an old friend at Voorburg I was a little early and standing in front of the bar looking at the Old Church (Oude Kerk or St. Martin’s Church) at Ve oorburg and was struck by the lighting from below almost setting the church ‘on fire.
These times call for a poet that says it all.
An impressionistic clairobscur drawing that I like to make when in spring the sun is out there again and the greens are sprouting.
A striking building at the estate ‘Vreugd en Rust’ at Voorburg, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands where I wander about often, taking photos and sketching. This one I did in the burning sun for 20 minutes max.