The acutely observant follower of this site, or that individual who has, once or twice, idly happened upon it, may have noticed an emerging series in which I post here a selection of photographs taken and initially uploaded via Instagram. The first edition of this series, which took in York and Amsterdam, may be found here; the second edition, with a focus on the Museumplein and Keizersgracht in the snow, is here. And now right here, extending below, are fourteen more photographs. These cover a period from the end of February throughout much of March.
The photographs start around Jachthavenweg and the Nieuwe Meer; show the Rijksmuseum; an area just south-east of the centre, beyond the Sarphatipark and along the Amstel; the Begjinhof, one of Amsterdam’s inner courtyards and home to the English Reformed Church; and come to a close on the Leidsekruisstraat and Prinsengracht with bicycles and boats, canals and cars.