The Netherlands is not renowned for having a spectacular landscape, but as Keith Wilson finds, it’s the subtle interplay of nature with human ingenuity that provides inspiration for the camera
In June I was travelling with a party of fellow photographers on a whistle stop tour of Amsterdam and the nearby town of Edam. From Amsterdam we piled onto a coach and headed north to the town that is synonymous with cheese. I’m not a great fan of Dutch cheese (give me a strong two-year-old cheddar instead), but the Dutch landscape intrigues me. The surface terrain is …
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