Jeffrey Neijenhuis Fotografie.

  • Fotografie is mijn grootste hobby sinds een lange tijd. Ik hoop dat je mijn foto uploads kan waarderen en dat ik elke week nóg mooiere foto's zal uploaden op mijn fotografie website.
  • Je zal hier voornamelijk veel vrije tijds fotografie gaan vinden van de natuur, studio/portret fotografie, dieren, bloemen en veel random dingen.
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  • Erwin Olaf is een fotograaf waar ik veel respect en waardering voor heb.
  • Inspiratie voor nieuwe foto ideeën krijg ik weleens door website's als Tumblr en Weheartit door te spitten.
  • Photography is my biggest hobby for a long time now.
  • I hope my uploads will improve every week and that you all enjoy what I share with the world. :-)
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    Another shot of me, mady by Mandy. :)

    This is me hehehe. Mady by Mandy. <3

    Coca Cola. ;)  Library of Celsus in Ephesus, Turkey.

    The library of Celsus is an ancient Roman building in Ephesus, Anatolia, now part of Selçuk, Turkey. It was built in honor of the Roman Senator Tiberius Julius Celsus Polemaeanus[2][3] (completed in 135 AD) by Celsus’ son, Gaius Julius Aquila (consul, 110 AD). Celsus had been consul in 92 AD, governor of Asia in 115 AD, and a wealthy and popular local citizen. He was a native of nearby Sardis and amongst the earliest men of purely Greek origin[4] to become a consul in the Roman Empire and is honored both as a Greek and a Roman on the library itself.[5] Celsus paid for the construction of the library with his own personal wealth.[6]

    The library was built to store 12,000 scrolls and to serve as a monumental tomb for Celsus. Celsus is buried in a sarcophagus beneath the library, in the main entrance[1] which is both a crypt containing his sarcophagus and a sepulchral monument to him.[7] It was unusual to be buried within a library or even within city limits, so this was a special honor for Celsus.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Library_of_Celsus