Blogging from Amsterdam on my iPhone. For the first time in years, I'm travelling without my MacBook Air. I decided to leave my MacBook in Paris mainly to lighten the load in my backpack, but also to avoid getting glued to it while I should be enjoying and experiencing the city. So all the photos you're seeing are unedited and simply transferred from my Fuji X-T1 to my iPhone via wifi.
The journey began with me waking up early to catch a 6am train from Paris to Amaterdam. Arriving a few hours later, I was able to begin a full day in Amsterdam. Most of the 48 hours was spent walking the streets of the city. I love to simply head out the door and get lost walking as I find it allows me to focus on capturing photos that portray the beauty of each town. Tourist activities aren't really my thing but I did visit the Van Gogh Museum, Heineken Experience exhibition, and took the boat tour.
The most memorable moments of this city was definitely when I pulled myself out of bed at 6am to walk around town as the sun came up. The city was dead quiet and calm; the morning light made everything even more beautiful. I've decided to experience the early morning of each place I visit. Of course I went to a local cafe for breakfast afterwards. Brussels tomorrow.