WORDLESS WEDNESDAY; HELLO HOLLAND

 

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All photographs by Damien B Donnelly

Today we are recalling the colours of my previous home town as yesterday a Dutch shipping company came along to move my belongings from my 5th floor/no-lift Paris apartment and start directing them towards Dublin. One Dutch man, one flams man, and me, the irishman, in Paris, speaking Dutch, sweating and running up and down 5 flights of wide, winding and weather worn Parisian wood steps, and doing it all in less than 20 mins!!!

Published by deuxiemepeau

Published poet, writer, baker and former fashion maker, with footprints in Paris, London and Amsterdam but currently back home in Dublin with sights aimed at leaving a mark on the West coast one clear fine day...

10 thoughts on “WORDLESS WEDNESDAY; HELLO HOLLAND

  1. Love the forest of fists! I need the strength, flu makes me feel depressed. Feel a wee bit more empowered now, thank you Dami.

  2. Wonderful photos. I love the sculptures that blend in with the landscape.
    You sound giddy from the moving–under 20 minutes? Wow! You all must be in great shape!

    1. Thank you, they are mostly Amsterdam, the last few are in Marken, a small fishing village but the rest are around Amsterdam by vondel park and frankedael park and also at the markets on the NDSM island and a few are from an outdoor food exhibition in westerpark

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