Dutch side tour: Hattem

Photo expedition: Hattem square with church and houses

by Robin on February 6, 2009

Sometimes I get to visit my home country and I use the opportunity to do some landscapes or cityscapes. Hattem is a medieval town in the east of The Netherlands. It received city rights in 1299 and is situated along the river De IJsel in the province Gelderland. This photo shows a square in the centre of Hatem, perfectly suitable for a black & white photo.


Photo tour: Facade of a house in Hattem
Interesting facades can be found everywhere you walk.


Photo expedition: Hattem street in black and white
Old historic cities provide great lines that can be used to create an interesting picture.


Photo tour: Hattem square lined with houses
The same interesting line can be found in this cityscape.


Photo expedition: Hattem hotel on a cobble stone square


Photo tour: Hattem windmill De Fortuin
Everyone who visits The Netherlands expects to see and photograph a windmill. In this case windmill De Fortuin in Hattem.

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