One a misty morning I walked along the river called ‘de Merwede’ situated in the Netherlands. It means “wide water”. This river is part of the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta and is mostly fed by the river Rhine.
During summer bathers sit on one of the beaches along the river. It’s always a nice view. I left them home this time.
It’s a well known river during WWII too because of the people of Sliedrecht. They crossed the river at night and went to one of the creeks of “De Biesbosch” in order to hide people.
LEICA D-LUX 3 – ISO 100 – 190mm – F 4,5 – 1/100sec – Jan 2008.