A 16:9 photo of a sunrise at a fens in the Dwingelderveld National Park, Western Europe's largest wet heathland area. Located in the Dutch province of Drenthe, in the triangle Dwingeloo, Ruinen and Beilen, wet lowlands and high sand ridges alternate in the vast Dwingelderveld.
You will find heathland, woods, juniper bushes, shifting sands and over forty fens. Some of these fens originated in the ice age, others are the result of peat excavation.
This artworks is offered by Henk Meijer Photography
Henk Meijer is a Professional Landscape and City photographer, based in the Netherlands.
His work has been published worldwide in travel brochures, photo and glossy magazines, advertisements, flyers, magazines, book and CD covers, post and greeting cards, calendars, newspapers, TV displays, company presentations, etc etc...
Henk only photographs in RAW with professional Canon cameras and uses Canon L lenses for the highest quality.
Please contact Henk via his website if you have any questions or requests about images that you do not see here, but that you have seen on another website of his.
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