Today I went to Dordrecht to capture the light and to present it in a panoramic format.

There is no end to wandering through this old city. I always discover something what is new to me. In fact it is left from a former period.

I never get used to it.

So today…

I saw the  ‘Stokholm’ building,  located at the front of the Wolwevershaven.

It owes its name to the cliënt of the construction, to the Stockholm-born merchant Anthony de Bruijn.

Then wandering along the stair gate from 1766

Along the Damiat bridge, which is an iron bridge and since 1990 designated as a national monument.

The bridge was built over the Wolwevershaven and connects two quays, the Wolwevershaven and the Kuipershaven.

And finally the Tomadohuis. An office building opposite Dordrecht’s train station.

This building was designed by architect Huig Maaskant and built between 1958 and 1962 by order of Tomado, a company that made all kinds of tools for the household.

The building is on the municipal monument list.