Verissimus Photography & Prints

The Rear Tires of Amsterdam

"The Rear Tires of Amsterdam" is a captivating black and white film photograph that portrays the laid-back lifestyle of Amsterdam. The image showcases a row of bicycles parked on a bike rack, with a shallow depth of field that emphasizes the simplicity of the scene. The photograph is a beautiful representation of the Dutch culture that values simplicity and practicality.

The photograph reminds us of the Greek philosophy of "Apatheia", which means detachment from material things and emotions. It reminds us to appreciate the simple things in life and to find contentment in the present moment. The photograph urges us to embrace a simpler lifestyle and let go of the unnecessary complexities that can weigh us down.

Verissimus Prints, run by a formally trained fine art photographer who is inspired by Greek philosophy, produces stunning works of art that capture the beauty and simplicity of the world. "The Rear Tires of Amsterdam" is a testament to the unique perspective and creative vision that Verissimus Photography brings to each and every image.

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