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... s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp (ca. 1632), which had been referenced in the Amsterdam museums; Vermeer’s View of Delft (ca. 1661) which was really lovely and interesting to see how the artist worked with an unusually large and different subject matter for him; and The Bull (ca. 1647), by Paulus Potter, a life-sized portrait of a bull, stunningly painted so you could almost feel the different textures of ...
The Hague, The Netherlands...
As I was in Canada for the arrival of my niece Krystal Alexis Hofkens (21st December) I went to go see her for the first time in March when i came back from Canada!
SHE IS ABSOLTULY GORGEOUS!!! I have never met such a happier child in my life, smiles all around only really cries when shes hungry or tired. She's just adorable i would eat her if i could (Dont worry Sheree i ...
... oogartsen en dus ook psychologen. De trein staat meestal twee weken op één plek zodat mensen van overal voor niks of voor idioot weinig een (masterstudent-)specialist kunnen zien met hun probleem. Errug spannend voor mij, want ik heb nog nooit therapie gegeven, en de problemen waarmee de mensen komen zijn voor mij ook niet alledaags. Een voorbeeld van een oogarts die vorig jaar mee was; een jongetje kwam naar de kliniek met een ...
... three years ago. Wild.
Following the turbulence, I was not sleepy (I wonder why), and though I knew I woul dpay for it today, I could not get to sleep. So I settled for watching Super 8, which, you may remember, Tim and I were memorably fogged out of at a drive-in earlier this summer. We were annoyed, as that seemed to be not only the only movie worth watching that night (I think the first feature was Diary of a Nerdy Kid or some such thing), but ...
What Holland is historically known for:
5)Blue and White artwork and ceramic tiles
6)Orange and their soccer team
8)Very flat landscape
9) Van Gogh
10) Fields of tulips
Today, it was a Dutch holiday (Anarbor) which most workers had off due to some religious reason. . .even though Holland isn't really that religious anymore, so everywhere we went was quite ...