About the AuthorPeter Papesch
papesch Boston, MA, USA
Avid photographer, always interested in the myriad reflections of reality that my eyes (and other senses) are drawn to.
Publish Date December 10, 2011
Tags Holland; bicycle tours; bike and bard tours, Quo Vadis barge, Rendert Jan de Waard, Amsterdam houseboats, Dutch landscape, Dutch windmill, Leiden rowhouses, enamel house numbers, Leiden house, stained glass, bookstore sign, Leiden gatehouse, Leiden canalside, Leiden Town Hall, Zijlspoort gatehouse restaurant, Leiden countryside, Haarlem bikers, Butchers Guild Hall, Haarlem Cathedral, Haarlem Main Square, Haarlem doorway, Haarlem façade, Haarlem roofscape, Haarlem waterfront, Haarlem window, Haarlem at dusk, Haarlem at night, Haarlem storefront, Haarlem scene, Pieter Teyler museum, Schelfhout painting, Karsen painting, Springer painting, landscape painting, townscape painting, Spohler painting, Weissenbrugh landscape painting, North Holland Bike-and-Barge map, De Zaanse Schans, Heritage Museum, Historic mills, historic wooden houses, Peanut Oil mill, Gulls squabbling, Alkmaar Kaasmuseum, Het Wapen Van Münster, Graft de Rijp, Historic restaurant, Jan Janszn, De Rijp ship church, Two Graft de Rijp Town Halls, Schermer Polder, Schermer Mill, Schermill Mill Museum, Miller family painting, Schermer Miller quareters, Mill box bed, Mill model, Spiral waterlift, Schermerhorn Restaurant, Edam Carillion church, Armed Burgher, Bronze statues, Sailing dinghy, Edam crest, Edam detail, Edam door detail, Edam door, Edam canalside, Edam waterfront, Hoorn tower, Amsterdam crew, Amsterdam sidewalk scene, Amsterdam sidewheeler, Amsterdam sunset, Amsterdam, Kudelstaart, Leiden, people, doorway, sundial, gull, gullwings, swans, Zijlspoort, Haarlem, Burgher, Instrument, fossil, Alkmaar, Hoorn, Spaarndam, Volendam, Mannickendam, Heron, Coot, Redbeak, Weltevree, Outhouse, Clogs, Boots, Edam, Crest, Batavier, Dancers, Iceboat, Uitdamerdijk