The Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in continental Europe. A population of roughly 17 million resides in an area smaller than the state of Connecticut. (Just as a point of comparison, Connecticut has less than 4 million residents.) Not surprisingly, it’s possible to drive the length of the country in about three hours, give or take due to traffic.
With the shorter fall days, it was already night when I completed my drive from our office outside of Naarden to the southern city of Maastricht. But it wasn’t too late to walk down by the Maas River and take some night shots.
What do you think? Do you have a favorite below?
Along the Maas at Night Photo #1.
Along the Maas at Night Photo #2.
Along the Maas at Night Photo #3.
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