Waterlogue Wednesdays: Spring Comes to the Hague

Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Dutch scene, The Hague, Den Haag
Épanouissement
Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Dutch scene, The Hague, Den Haag
C’est technique
Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Dutch scene, The Hague, Den Haag, crocus
Éclatant
Julia Willard, Julie Willard, Falling Off Bicycles, Holland photography, waterlogue, tinrocket, Dutch scene, The Hague, Den Haag
C’est technique

This week I spent some time visiting a friend in The Hague. I had been once before last year and really loved it so I was eager to get back. We had one of the first beautiful days of the season to walk around and explore together. I really love this city that is full of history. I am interested in the city’s position as a home to the U.N.’s International Court of Justice as well as the International Criminal Court, so we visited the Peace Palace and what is essentially Embassy Row (Lange Voorhout) in front of which was a beautiful sea of crocus flowers in bloom welcoming the Spring season. There are so many beautiful buildings and façades in this city and we only scratched the surface. Looking forward to my next visit, hopefully this Spring.

Thanks for the watercolors, Waterlogue.

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