Bike Ride: Schie and Vliet (2019) DSC_0188The Wilhelmina Harbour in Schiedam, on the right shore of the New Meuse.DSC_0189The Wilhelmina Harbour in Schiedam.DSC_0191The Maasboulevard (Meuse Boulevard) in Schiedam, running along the New Meuse.DSC_0194Cargo ship Pictor J makes it way towards the Port of Rotterdam along the New Meuse.DSC_0196The Maasboulevard in Schiedam.DSC_0197A small motor yacht sailing west on the New Meuse.DSC_0198Cargo cranes in the Merwe Harbour in Rotterdam, on the right shore of the New Meuse.DSC_0202Cargo ship Bremer Roland makes it way towards the Port of Rotterdam along the New Meuse.Nolet Mill -- NoletmolenAt 42.5 meters, the Nolet Mill in Schiedam is the tallest brick mill in the world. It was completed in 2006 and it is actually a wind turbine instead of a traditional windmill. It generates electricity for the Nolet Distillery. Met 42,5 meter is de Noletmolen in Schiedam de hoogste bakstenen molen ter wereld. Hij is gebouwd in 2006 en is eigenlijk een windturbine in plaats van een gewone windmolen. De Nolet produceert stroom voor de Noletdistilleerderij.DSC_0206A motor yacht sailing south on the Schie.DSC_0206-tiltshiftMiniature faking of the previous shotDSC_0208The Schie as it winds through the city centre of Schiedam.DSC_0209The Appelmarktbrug (Apple Market Bridge) across the Schie in downtown Schiedam.DSC_0210The Schie in downtown Schiedam.DSC_0213The Schie north of Schiedam and Rotterdam.DSC_0214The village of Zweth, part of the municipality of Rotterdam.DSC_0215Restaurant De Zwethheul in De Zweth, on the shore of the Berkelsche Zweth and the Schie.DSC_0216The Berkelsche Zweth, a small river/canal running between the villages of Zweth and De Zweth.DSC_0217The bridge across the Berkelsche Zweth between Zweth and De Zweth.DSC_0219The Kandelaarbrug (Candlestick Bridge) across the Schie, just north of De Zweth.DSC_0221View to the east from the Kandelaarbrug.DSC_0222The Schie seen from the Kandelaarbrug, facing north.DSC_0224The Kandelaarbrug.DSC_0226View to the west from the Kandelaarbrug.DSC_0227The Vliet in Delft seen from the Koepoortbridge (Cow Gate Bridge), facing north.DSC_0228The Nieuwe Langendijk street in Delft seen from the Koepoortbrug, facing west. The church at the back, the Nieuwe Kerk, houses the graves of William of Orange and many members of the Dutch royal family.DSC_0229The Vliet in Delft.DSC_0230The Vliet just north of the A4 motorway.DSC_0231The H.H. Petrus en Pauluskerk (St. Peter and St. Paul Church) in Leidschendam.DSC_0232The Vliet in Leidschendam.DSC_0233The locks in Leidschendam.DSC_0200A Black-headed Gull on the Maasboulevard.