February 25, 2014

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It is said that Dutch people can differ various tones of grey better than other nationalities, because their eyes are more used to seeing variations of this colour all around them.

Just like the relationship Inuit people have to the colour white.


This book is a series of both macro and landscape photography, illustrating the grey world the Dutch live in. I all images are shot in colour mode.

The exact average colour of every photo on all right pages creates the gradual margin of the book; resulting in an elaborate colourcard of Hollands most important colour.


*Vergrijzing means both aging and desaturating in Dutch language.