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The Netherlands-Eilandspolder
Originally four mills were used to drain the Eilandspolder. The only one left is windmill The Goshawk (1576), although it has lost its function and is not located on the original spot in village De Rijp. Nowadays The Goshawk can be found in the northwestern cormer of the polder, between the villages Grootschermer and Schermerhorn. Image made with kite and camera (attached to the kite's line). © Tom Kisjes Session with fellow KAP-er Ramon (Kappix), whose Levi light kite is visible.

Tags:   KAP Nederland The Netherlands Eilandspolder Grootschermer Schermerhorn molen De Havik De Havik molen windmill polder veenweide Natura 2000 aerial luchtfoto aerial photography luchtfotografie

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The Netherlands-Eilandspolder
Originally four mills were used to drain the Eilandspolder. The only one left is windmill The Goshawk (1576), although it has lost its function and is not located on the original spot in village De Rijp. Nowadays The Goshawk can be found in the northwestern cormer of the polder, between the villages Grootschermer and Schermerhorn. Image made with kite and camera (attached to the kite's line). © Tom Kisjes Session with fellow KAP-er Ramon (Kappix), whose Levi light kite is visible.

Tags:   KAP Nederland The Netherlands Eilandspolder Grootschermer Schermerhorn molen De Havik De Havik molen windmill polder veenweide Natura 2000 aerial luchtfoto aerial photography luchtfotografie

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The Netherlands-Eilandspolder
Originally four mills were used to drain the Eilandspolder. The only one left is windmill The Goshawk (1576), although it has lost its function and is not located on the original spot in village De Rijp. Nowadays The Goshawk can be found in the northwestern cormer of the polder, between the villages Grootschermer and Schermerhorn. Image made with kite and camera (attached to the kite's line). © Tom Kisjes Session with fellow KAP-er Ramon (Kappix), whose Levi light kite is visible.

Tags:   KAP Nederland The Netherlands Eilandspolder Grootschermer Schermerhorn molen De Havik De Havik molen windmill polder veenweide Natura 2000 aerial luchtfoto aerial photography luchtfotografie

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The Netherlands-Broek in Waterland
Behind this new building in the village Broek in Waterland lies the Volgermeerpolder. This polder was used as a dump site for large quantities of chemical waste, in the twentieth century. The waste included 30,000 barrels of pesticide residues, making the Volgermeer the most heavily contaminated area in Western Europe. To prevent contact and risks of waste spread, a concept ‘natural cap’ was developed. This consists of a gradual, functional replacement of a synthetic top layer construction by a natural layer of living, organic material. The project also included the construction of 59 ‘sawas’ (ponds) with the purpose to create wetlands, freely accessible for recreation. In the background Amsterdam is visible, the city responsible for this severe pollution. Image made with kite and camera (attached to the kite's line). © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   KAP Nederland The Netherlands Waterland Broek in Waterland Volgermeer Volgermeerpolder gifbelt bodemverontreiniging dump site vervuiling contamination aerial luchtfoto arrial photography luchtfotografie

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The Netherlands-Broek in Waterland
Behind this new building in the village Broek in Waterland lies the Volgermeerpolder. This polder was used as a dump site for large quantities of chemical waste, in the twentieth century. The waste included 30,000 barrels of pesticide residues, making the Volgermeer the most heavily contaminated area in Western Europe. To prevent contact and risks of waste spread, a concept ‘natural cap’ was developed. This consists of a gradual, functional replacement of a synthetic top layer construction by a natural layer of living, organic material. The project also included the construction of 59 ‘sawas’ (ponds) with the purpose to create wetlands, freely accessible for recreation. In the background Amsterdam is visible, the city responsible for this severe pollution. Image made with kite and camera (attached to the kite's line). © Tom Kisjes

Tags:   KAP Nederland The Netherlands Waterland Broek in Waterland Volgermeer Volgermeerpolder gifbelt bodemverontreiniging dump site vervuiling contamination aerial luchtfoto arrial photography luchtfotografie


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