The Netherlands’s relationship with water is intriguing and very special. It’s a fundamental part of his history and can be observed everywhere across the country.
This is a collection of images taken across the country representing that connection with water, even though there is no visible water in half of them.
Ice age rocks left behind in the Noordoostpolder, dry dunes protecting the country from the sea, boats in solitude or an old island now integrated with the rest of the land. They are landscapes and portraits with something in common: water.