"My last post with Nikki is with some random shots of places in Amsterdam.
A 5 stich pano from the Damrak (near central station). This is the back of the houses situated in the "Warmoesstraat" a famous street in the red-light district.
My favorite, a symmetric peaceful image. An image of the "Zuiderkerk" from the Groenburg canal. This church is build in the 17th century and the first protestants church. The church is build in the Dutch renaissance style.
4 stitch pano
No pano, just a crop
2 stich image of "De Waag" , "The Weigh House"
The weigh house was originally built in 1488 as one of 3 major Amsterdam’s city gates, St Anthony’s Port. In 1601 the city’s walls were torn down to allow Amsterdam to expand further. St Anthony’s Port remained standing, although it was now redundant. On either side, part of the canals were filled in to create a square: St Anthony’s Market – since renamed Nieuwmarkt. In 1617 the former city gate was provided with a new function: that of weigh house."