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I love black Piet. I adore him, how can that be racisme. Children adores him, he is so cool.

Poep niet op de stoep (for dogs) Don't shit on the sidewalk

Poep niet op de stoep (for dogs) Don't shit on the sidewalk -- can Dutch dogs read? Wow, what an education system!

The Sand Engine project is an innovative method for coastal protection using the method known as "Building with Nature". Designed by hydraulic engineers.  This is a UK-DMC2 image, acquired on the 28th May 2016.  You can see more information about the Sand Engine Project by going to our website. www.dmcii.com/?p=12071  DMCii supplies satellite imagery products and services to a wide range of international customers from a unique constellation of satellites for agriculture, ...

The Sand Engine project is an innovative method for coastal protection using the method known as "Building with Nature". Designed by hydraulic engineers. This is a UK-DMC2 image, acquired on the 28th May 2016. You can see more information about the Sand Engine Project by going to our website. www.dmcii.com/?p=12071 DMCii supplies satellite imagery products and services to a wide range of international customers from a unique constellation of satellites for agriculture, ...

Planet — Westpoort

Enormous tankers docked at an oil terminal in Westpoort— Amsterdam's chief port and industrial center.

Pleiades-1 Satellite Image of Rotterdam, Netherlands

Pleiades-1 Satellite Image of Rotterdam, Netherlands

https://flic.kr/p/rVEjkv | Clear skies over Europe as seen from Metop on 21 April 2015 (10:46 UTC) | Further north, snow (cyan colour) can be seen on mountain regions of Scandinavia and sea ice is visible off the coast of Greenland. Follow changes in sea ice extent here osisaf.met.no/p/ice/nh/conc/conc.shtml

Clear skies over Europe as seen from Metop on 21 April 2015 UTC)

Fantastic night photo of Ireland and Britain from space.. (photo taken from 230 miles above - NASA)

May: The UK and Ireland at night, from space. Photos taken by Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli whist orbiting in the International Space Station 230 miles away in space

Groenhazengracht Leiden

Groenhazengracht Leiden

Radarsat-2 image of Flevoland in the Netherlands / ESA

image of Flevoland in the Netherlands / ESA

Sealevel380a

Rising seas, raising hopes

Het_Waddengebied-_satellietfoto_-_81A.jpg (900×390)

Het_Waddengebied-_satellietfoto_-_81A.jpg (900×390)

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