Urban photography is about city and countryside. Urban photography captures breathtaking skylines and cityscapes. City photography is about people in an urban environment. Urban photography is street photography which captures emotions, details, people in motion, instants and situations.
This site is about city, countryside, culture and street. You will find an increasing number of images covering all these subjects. Keep posted and see what we have on offer for you to look at.
City and Countryside Gallery
Countryside Gardens Manors
Cote de Granite Rose
Pointe du Raz
Kinderdijk Countryside and Windmills
Le Mont Saint-Michel
Dresden Day and Night
Frankfurt Main Aerial View
Potsdamer Platz Berlin
Kinderdijk is one of the most picturesque iconic landmarks in the Netherlands. The site is situated southeast of the City of Rotterdam and can easily be accessed by car. At Kinderdijk there are a total of 19 windmills sitting dispersed over three polders. The windmills were mostly built between 1740 and 1750 to pump water off the polder's fertile grounds. Nowadays the pump job has been taken over by machines but the windmills are still there and running and open to the public for visiting.
That apart the windmill are the top photographic spot in the entire area. Good weather permitted it is rather easy to take good shots.
Amsterdam is the major metropolitan city in the Netherlands and one of the most picturesque destinations in the whole of Europe. One of the places to be, for travellers, photographers and of course for people to live there.
Find out yourself.
Dresden is the capital of Saxony in Germany and a city of culture. Little wonder why. Once one has been there a return to the city is a must. Dresden is a pictoresque city that has so much on offer, that it is nearly impossible to fathom even a fraction of all the things to see and to go to during your first visit.
Especially for photographers, Dresden is the place to go and to be. In this article we shall show the interested photographer interesting sports where it is worthwile turning your camera to.