Approaching The next bridge (boats bridges water ). Photo by Mooween
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Approaching The next bridge

Uploaded by: Mooween

Tuesday December 17, 2013

Hoogvliet, Netherlands

Caption: A large vessel went first beneath the Spijkenisse bridge and had to pass an other bridge as well.



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About Mooween


My name is Johanna (Hannie for short) And I live in Spijkenisse, near Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It is only since May 2004 that I have a digital camera and that makes it a lot easyer to send images per e-mail or otherwise. Before, my favorite camera was an Asahi Pentax K1000. I still use it, but I have to scan the photographs first. This is a lot better. Do read my blog too!

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