Veenkoloniën, winter

Eigen werk / Personal project, 2016
(11 foto’s in portfolio)

In het Noord-Oosten van Nederland werden vanaf de 17e eeuw de veengronden afgegraven. Het voormalige moerasgebied is nog steeds dunbevolkt en één van de weinige gebieden in Nederland met een vrije horizon.
De bouw van windmolenparken zal dit veranderen. Gedurende de komende jaren volg ik de veranderingen die dit in het landschap teweegbrengt.

In the North-East of the Netherlands, peat was exploited since the 17th century. This former swamp area is still sparsely populated and one of the few areas in the Netherlands with a free horizon. The construction of wind farms will soon put an end to this. I’ll be visiting the area to document the changing landscape.

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