Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #7: Everyday Moments (Dutch Countryside)

There are numerous moments happening in our every day lives. Many tell stories and are worth recording in photos.

While visiting Amsterdam, we also had a chance to visit the Dutch countryside. Here are some of captures of their beautiful and peaceful everyday moments.

Here, you see water running through the front or back yard.

Perhaps, enjoy sheep, cows, and ducks from the patio.

After visiting Dutch villages Claude Monet said, “There is enough here to paint for an entire lifetime.”

Every moment is a fresh beginning.    — T. S. Eliot

Photos were captured with iPhone 8+.

Join us and share some photos of your own everyday moments whether at home of while you travelling

Tune in on Saturday (July 28th) when Tina of Travels and Trifles will host our Lens Artists Photo Challenge.

Have you seen these:

Brenda’s Patterns. Brenda has a unique way to capture patterns.

Gilly’s recycled Patterns. These patterns are beautifully made.

Abrie’s Patterns of the heart. So very special…



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