the Netherlands - Belgium January 2009 Travel Pictures Country nextto Country

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by BoBi, Jan 4, 2009.

  1. BoBi

    BoBi Guest

    Dear,

    This website the Netherlands-Belgium displays several pages each one
    containing two comparative (similar, contrastive, ...) photos. Let
    your thoughts flow freely and enjoy:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_9_en/a_dutch_house_1_and_a_belgian_house_1.html
    Click the "-->"-button on the page opened for the following pictures.

    Best regards, BoBi

    Annex: overview of the photos:

    a Dutch House and the Belgian Cooremetershuys - Flemish renaissance
    style:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_9_en/a_dutch_house_1_and_a_belgian_house_1.html
    a Dutch House and the Belgian unfree skipper Guildhall:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_9_en/a_dutch_house_2_and_a_belgian_house_2.html
    a Dutch Man and a Belgian Man:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_9_en/a_dutch_man_and_a_belgian_man.html
    a Dutch Garden and a Belgian Garden:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_9_en/a_dutch_garden_and_a_belgian_garden.html
    a Dutch Woodland and a Belgian Woodland:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_10_en/a_dutch_woodland_and_a_belgian_woodland.html
    The Dutch ruins of the castle Brederode and the Belgian ruins of a
    castle:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherland...castle_and_the_belgian_ruins_of_a_castle.html
    the Dutch Cat Brederode and Cat:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_10_en/a_dutch_cat_and_belgian_cat.html
    a Dutch Jackdaw and a Belgian Heron:
    http://www.dongo.org/the_netherlands-belgium/list_10_en/a_dutch_bird_2_and_a_belgian_bird_2.html
     
    BoBi, Jan 4, 2009
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  2. BoBi

    DD-Diver Guest

    The Dutch language (spoken in The Netherlands and the Northern part of
    Belgium, usually called Flanders) has a proverb that says "appels en peren
    met elkaar vergelijken", in English: "comparing apples to pears" (sorry if
    something gets lost in translation!).
    These pictures could not have illustated this proverb more eloquent!

    DD-Diver
     
    DD-Diver, Jan 4, 2009
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