A normal looking day in Amsterdam, near the Westerkerk Church on the banks of the Prinsengracht Canal. It is the largest church in the Netherlands. The church was built between 1620 and 1631.
For me, this shot is the quintessential Amsterdam – a bridge (Pansemertbrug) over a canal (brug is bridge in Dutch), some bikes parked peacefully, some houseboats parked on the canal, and a mix of old and new architecture on either sides of the canal. The last rays of the setting sun can be seen illuminating the clock on the tower of the largest church in the country, making it the icing on the cake.
The tower of the church is the highest in Amsterdam, and presents wonderful views of the city. Once I visit the tower, I will upload some views from the top of the tower in this post itself.