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Humans of AmsterdamAlif, 7-year-old (expat), Amsterdam resident.
"I love Vondelpark. I love my bicycle, I love cycling everywhere. I turn eight on Monday. Eight is stupid. Eight is a boy’s number….seven is a girl’s number. My parents are going to take me riding ponies on Monday, not far from Vondelpark. I like horses, but they’re too big, so just ponies now. Do you have brothers and sisters? Two brothers? Wow…."

Humans of Amsterdam

Alif, 7-year-old (expat), Amsterdam resident.

"I love Vondelpark. I love my bicycle, I love cycling everywhere. I turn eight on Monday. Eight is stupid. Eight is a boy’s number….seven is a girl’s number. My parents are going to take me riding ponies on Monday, not far from Vondelpark. I like horses, but they’re too big, so just ponies now. Do you have brothers and sisters? Two brothers? Wow…."

As seen on Oudegracht, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

As seen on Oudegracht, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Give Mom a Bike Lane! Women of San Francisco in a 1973 Mademoiselle spread on women & biking. Via @sfbike.

Give Mom a Bike Lane! Women of San Francisco in a 1973 Mademoiselle spread on women & biking. Via @sfbike.

Whatever. 

Whatever. 

As seen somewhere outside #Boxtel (NL) today.

Carpe Noctem. 

Carpe Noctem. 

humansofnewyork:

"My dad was just a working class Irish dude. He drank himself to death when I was fifteen, but he was a good dad when he was sober. I remember him taking me to a gay wedding on Christopher Street to teach me tolerance. And that was back in 1971."

humansofnewyork:

"My dad was just a working class Irish dude. He drank himself to death when I was fifteen, but he was a good dad when he was sober. I remember him taking me to a gay wedding on Christopher Street to teach me tolerance. And that was back in 1971."

A perfect Sunday.

A perfect Sunday.

We’re having none of it this winter, so here’s a snowy triptych from one year ago. 

We’re having none of it this winter, so here’s a snowy triptych from one year ago. 

I was careful to not disturb their public-private space.

The third #Aquarelize is out! Thank you, Marco!

Fisheye on Prinsengracht.

Fisheye on Prinsengracht.

Red alert for a torrential Friday.

Red alert for a torrential Friday.

'Happy', the Amsterdam takes. Inevitable.

The second in the ‘Aquarellize’ series, by Marco van Burgsteden.