Chris 1971's photos


  • 1962 Ford Thunderbird

    Amsterdam

  • 1964 Chevrolet Bel Air

    Hazerswoude-Rijndijk.

  • Belletjes

    Bubbles


  • Inside a TRAXX engine

    BR186, HSL-South (South Section)

  • 1971 Peugeot 504 A12

    Amsterdam

  • Morninglight

    Sun starting to shine on Ipernity again??


  • 1973 Volvo 164 E Automatic

    Amsterdam

  • Museumplein, Amsterdam.

    #PulseofEurope. There was not many interest, obviously. The pulse of Europe is running into a flatline.... BTW.... I made the children unrecognisable, not to "criminize" them but because I don't like it when kids are used by their parents for political i…

  • Sad Situation

    People sometimes say I am more compassionate towards animals than I am to people. They probably are right. When someone takes the Final Jump in front of my train I really don't care that much. People acting foolish on railwaycrossings or stations, paying…


  • Hotel "My Home"

    Amsterdam

  • 1992 Renault 4

    Amsterdam

  • Hallerbos

    Straight Out Of Camera, HID converted headlights @ 6000 Kelvin on the old V70.... I think I convert the Opel Rekord and the Caprice also. It does no harm to the originality of the car because the system can be easy replaced again with the original headl…


  • Still moving??

    I see Ipernity is still moving!

  • 1970 (1973) Lamborghini Urraco

    Testing the new Sigma 24-105 f/4.0 I stumbled across this very rare beauty in Aachen.

  • Plan E (1954)

    It was quite a while ago, the previous time that I saw the elevated end-of-train indicators of a Dutch Rail E-type carriage....


  • 1974 Ford Consul 1700 Coupé

    Continentally known as Granada. Not many of them around anymore....

  • Going Down?

    I recently learned that Ipernity might go down soon :( That's a shame, but I don't think there is much we can do. I came here from Flickr but I didn't totally close down my Flickr-stream, so, I simply continue uploading photos there. For whom also is on…

  • E-10

    Another German classic that seems to live forever, the DB class E-10. Here seen at Frankfurt (Main) Hbf.


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