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A land of polders and rivers: River dance 2

Waltzing on the wind
Guided by rippling water
in their naked dance

A cold, hazy winter morning. Bare trees on the banks of the river move gently in the wind in the same rhythm as the ripples on the water. The river leads this dance…

This photo is the second in a triptych in the series ‘A land of polders and rivers’, part of the Gallery ‘Untouched land’: three photos that I made on a cold winter morning, standing on the banks of the river Maas near the city of Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

River Dance 2 - Abstract realism - Abstract realistic fien art landscape photography by Jacob Berghoef

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