The Elm Route of Amsterdam

Springtime has been around for a while and the fresh shades of green are such a pleasant change to the dull and dreary leafless winters. Amsterdam looks, even more, prettier when lush verdant leaves adorn the Elm trees. These trees, for centuries, have been inherent to the cityscape of Amsterdam. They stand tall along the city’s canals, and are invariably found in parks and neighborhoods. I was part of a walking tour to photograph the historic Elm Route, as it is popularly called, which begins at the Eye Museum and ends at the pristine botanical gardens, Hortus Botanicus. The walk was rather long and tiring towards the end. Nevertheless, photographing this route was a memorable experience…

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