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Cattle stuck on a hillside off State Route 173 in a driving snowstorm on a remote farm south of Piedmont, a ghost town in western Wyoming, USA, North America. If left here by their owners, the unimaginative cows will die before they can figure a way back down the slope.
3 sailors with anchor and chain sculpture on the corner of the Nederlandsche HandelMaatschappij or NHM building. This former headquarters of a Dutch trading company now houses the Amsterdam Archives. Unidentified woman on corner. Public place. Editorial use.
A typical Amsterdam view - canal, bridge, traditional buildings, church and cars. Seen at Easter of 1988. Searching on the Internet has failed to reveal an church with two spires like these still in the city.
Leaning and sagging buildings seen from a canal bridge at Prinsengracht in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Streetscape showing various architectural styles. Unidentified people. Public place. Editorial use.
Rijksmuseum, State Museum, Amsterdam, Nederlands, Netherlands, Holland, Dutch, museum, Muesumplein, Museum Square, architecture, building, tourism, city, park, garden, city park, formal garden, tree, sculpture, statue, IPSVIPSV2262, IPVS057, IPSV0529, IPSV0773, IPSV2650,
Rijksmuseum (State Museum), Amsterdam, seen at Easter of 1988.