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I took this picture this morning, with a low sun which shows my shadow, and also this one from my bike, sorry for this hill that no photographer wants, but alas!

This bridge here gives access to Damme city, and to the north to Zeebrugge

This couple on the bridge with their dog gave the wild ducks bread, because when you open the photo at its maximum you can see the bread 1 meter above the water
The Damse Vaart is also known as the Napoleon Canal, and for good reason. At the time, the French emperor was the main driving force behind the watercourse. The digging of the Damse Vaart, commissioned by Napoleon, began in 1810 and part of it was completed five years later. "Napoleon wanted to link the war port of Dunkirk in France with that in Antwerp",
"The North Sea seems a more logical option, but that was where the English were. Napoleon wanted to connect Bruges with the Western Scheldt and dig a canal between Bruges and Breskens to transport mainly war material via inland waterways."

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8/01/2021 10:58:27
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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