catching up – Netherlands photos
Here are a bunch of photos from Mom’s visit to the Netherlands – most of these places aren’t as famous as London, but often how many photos we have depends more on weather, whether we’re outdoors rather than indoors, and who’s willing to carry the camera. (And on airline restrictions – I couldn’t have taken all our camera gear to England anyway!) There are a lot, so I will post most of these as tumbnails – click on a thumbnail to see the full-sized image.
Hre are some photos from Madurodam, which has miniature versions of important scenes and buildings from all over the country: a miniature of the Dam Square in Amsterdam, a canal view, and Mom by a windmill that’s smaller than she is.
Also at Madurodam, there was an exhibit of ice sculptures. It’s hard to tell what any of them are, but I’m including the photos because they’re so pretty.
In order, I think the first thing is a crocodile’s mouth, then a train, a panda (with bamboo behind him), and a wall separating parts of the exhibit.