The Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie, Brussels
The Town Hall of the City of Brussels
Another angle of the Town Hall of the City of Brussels
Drug Opera: the restaurant for people watching
Blue was everywhere when I looked into the skies
Blue made me wander until I got lost
Blue made me mourned like a sad widow and cried.
one from more than 1,500 bridges serenely graced one of the canal in downtown Amsterdam
A canal house (grachtenpand) is a (usually old) house overseeing a canal.
Nuclear Security Summit’s flags waving gently facingthe Hofvijver lake, the Hague.
North Sea from the small fishing town of Volendam.
Volendam nearing twilight.
Lines of shophouses and restaurants in sleepy Volendam.
Blueness doth express trueness.
Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.
The Rijksmuseum, a Dutch national museum dedicated to arts and history in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
the Ridderzaal (Knight’s Hall), looks like a cathederal, but it is not a cathederal.
Rotterdam Town Hall
Blue of mysterious hues
Blue which never fail to amaze me and you
Blue, the only one and true.
Gate to Vondel Park, Amsterdam.
Village house in the small Marken town, Marken.
Attic from one of the house in Zaanse Schans, Zandaam.
Barren trees betwen Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
a house beside Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.
another house along the same street, converted into a law firm.
Blue, darkly, deeply, beautifully blue.
— Robert Southey
– Brussels and the Netherlands last March.