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Westerpark at the end of January

Posted on Feb 3, 2016 by

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Westerpark is the place where I go whenever I need a long walk to clear my mind. On the last day of January — a grey, rainy day — I needed one of those walks. Ignoring the rain, I walked around the park and was surprised to witness already a few signs of spring. The winter scenery is slowly acquiring a bit of colour and this is always a happy moment for me.

Looks lovely, doesn’t it?

The waterfall
Family ride
Ducks
Dry
Yellow
The path
Horsy
Spring flowers
The windmill
Rain
Westergasfabriek
Photo shooting with the daffodils

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2 Comments

  1. Westerpark is really nice. It’s been a few years since I’ve been there. I really should go back

    • It is nice. And I don’t know if you ever went there in April, when the cherry trees are in full bloom? It’s amazing!

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