Posted in Culture/History, Photo

Nine million bicycles… and more in the Netherlands

Dutch people cycle. They cycle to school, to the supermarket. They climb on a bike to go on holiday and go to work. Every household has at least one bicycle, mostly more.

The fact that our country is flat, might be a big reason for this mass transportation. There is a huge network of well maintained and well lit cycle paths. In fact they are so good that foreign car drivers often mistake them for normal roads!

Urban areas are frequently designed into residential areas, where bicycles and other slow traffic have priority over cars.

All these photos were taken in Breda this afternoon, in one district. Welcome to our street view 🙂

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Posted in Border hopping, Haiku, Photo, Poems, Sunday Post

Sunday post: Door


Will you still lead me

into a shaded courtyard 

when you crumble down?


Jake Sprinter – Sunday Post: Door