Scheveningen, the Netherlands

The past couple of months have mostly been about discovering everything that is close, instead of traveling around the world, due to Covid19. This means re-appreciating all the nature that is right in front of us, like the sea and the dunes of my beautiful hometown The Hague/Scheveningen. You can find me there in the morning, accompanied by some seagulls and hopping rabbits, walking through the granular grains of sand. 

Zeeland, the Netherlands

Who says you need to travel around the globe to find a spectacular photo-spot? We found one at just a 1,5 hour drive from our hometown The Hague, at the border of the Nederlands and Belgium. We wandered around Zeeland and the beautiful ‘drowned land of Saeftinghe’. 

These landscapes are changing every season, so they’re not always accessible and walking routes are constantly changing. For us, it meant some sinking boots and wordclass balancing acts to prevent ourselves from ending up flat faced in the mud. But we managed, and enjoyed some spectacular views.


Rocky roads turning into rippling rivers, volcanic blackness transforming into the most lively green you’ve ever seen: the scenery in Iceland changes every other minute. We made a trip on bumpy roads, got some splashy mud and water all over the car, and ended up in the most quiet place we’ve ever experienced: the Icelandic highlands. 

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