Moss-covered tree (Or: Near the Grote Kerk)

Last week when Marco and I went to an ING bank to open an account, we walked past the Grote Kerk. I was able to take a lovely shot of a rather majestic  tree.

magnificent tree near Grote Kerk in The Hague 2

 

magnificent tree near Grote Kerk in The Hague

This tree fits in rather well with the urban landscape – it’s in the middle of the city, but you still have cobblestone plaza and old trees growing through the cement.

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One thought on “Moss-covered tree (Or: Near the Grote Kerk)

  1. Naomi

    Yes, it’s a wonderfull picture.

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