Leegkerk as opposed to Hoogkerk, literally Highchurch, is another form of Laagkerk, or Lowchurch. Well, Broadchurch it’s not because there was no way I could get the sugarfactory in the background out of the picture from this point of view.
Holy comes as holy goes. I have once entered this church. Must have come out too, I guess.
This used to be an important monastery long ago. The monks have contributed to the safe-keeping of the area by building dikes and regulating the water-level. These two monks look slightly creepy to me but that could be hindsight.
Peeking around the church I picked up this cloud with a silver lining. Actually, I was walking around in the village while the garage was changing my tires from winter to summer. It was so busy that they had to apologize but it would take a bit longer than usual.
On a day of the Golden Circle, Þingvellir cannot be missed.
The woman was married to a mister Wildeman. Poor her?
The Der Aa Church in the background with a blue sky visible through some holes in the clouds. In the foreground people who have just finished running the yearly 4 mile of Groningen 2012. I was one of them.
Having tea at the Theefabriek in Houwerzijl.
The church I pass by on my lunchbreak walk. I enhanced the contrast later and then decided to go back to the original again. Silly me.
It is though, not the church that I’m interested in. It’s the car in the garage which has a special light on it. Maybe it’s where the Almighty parks his or her car?