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From the series ".....kerke": Grijpskerke, village centre

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from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Grijpskerke. A project of panoramas of villages during the seasons. The name always ends with "...kerke".

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A: zeeland-walcheren-bird-sanctuary1

by René van Gageldonk, 2.0 km away

In the middle of Walcheren, Zeeland, lies this bird-sanctuary. It's a vast, open area, used by many b...

zeeland-walcheren-bird-sanctuary1

B: Zeeland - Walcheren: Bird-sanctuary

by René van Gageldonk, 2.2 km away

In the middle of Walcheren, Zeeland, lies this bird-sanctuary. It's a vast, open area, used by many b...

Zeeland - Walcheren: Bird-sanctuary

C: From the series ".....kerke": Mariekerke, Walcheren

by René van Gageldonk, 2.6 km away

from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Mariekerke. A project of panoramas of villages dur...

From the series ".....kerke": Mariekerke, Walcheren

D: Zeeland - Walcheren; from the series "nice cottages and gardens"

by René van Gageldonk, 2.7 km away

While riding a byclicle or walking the island of Walcheren you can pass some nice cottages and garden...

Zeeland - Walcheren; from the series "nice cottages and gardens"

E: Zeeland, Walcheren; a decayed farmyard

by René van Gageldonk, 2.7 km away

On Walcheren there are some nice new farms, but when you look around you can also find some decayed f...

Zeeland, Walcheren; a decayed farmyard

F: From the series ".....kerke": Serooskerke, Walcheren

by René van Gageldonk, 3.0 km away

from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Serooskerke. A project of panoramas of villages du...

From the series ".....kerke": Serooskerke, Walcheren

G: From the series ".....kerke": Aagtekerke, village square

by René van Gageldonk, 3.8 km away

from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Aagtekerke. A project of panoramas of villages dur...

From the series ".....kerke": Aagtekerke, village square

H: From the series ".....kerke": Meliskerke

by René van Gageldonk, 4.0 km away

From the series ".....kerke": Meliskerke

I: From de series "beauty spots, Walcheren": Gapinge, village square

by René van Gageldonk, 4.6 km away

From de series "beauty spots, Walcheren": Gapinge, village square.This is a typical village in Walche...

From de series "beauty spots, Walcheren": Gapinge, village square

J: From the series ".....kerke": Biggekerke, village square2

by René van Gageldonk, 4.6 km away

from the series ".....kerke". Zeeland / Walcheren: Biggekerke. A project of panoramas of villages dur...

From the series ".....kerke": Biggekerke, village square2

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