The main dike.

This the outermost/main dyke that protect the land from the waters on the other side. Leave the car in it to show the size.
(There are many places you are allowed to get on and over it.)
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Goed beschermd!
posted February 5th, 2018  
Like the leading lines
posted February 5th, 2018  
The dyke is certainly tall - love the leading lines in this shot !
posted February 5th, 2018  
That's quite a structure, hopefully it does the trick
posted February 5th, 2018  
It’s good you left the car there so we have a size comparison.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Yes, leaving the car in your picture tells us exactly how tall this dyke is.
you have so many opportunity in your near and not so near area for interesting photos.
posted February 6th, 2018  
I really like your pov and how we were lead into the picture. Interesting information, too, Pyrrhula.
posted February 6th, 2018  
The dike is so much taller than I imagined it to be. I like how it obscures the water view and I like the minimalist look. It's simple without a lot of distractions; just the curve of the dike and the road.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great shot and explanation.
posted February 6th, 2018  
This one is quite high
posted February 6th, 2018  
Certainly shows the height of the dyke!! Hope it never strikes a leak!
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great idea to leave the car in the shot for a sense of scale - so much higher than I'd expected.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Interesting to see :)
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great shot and I like to read your narratives. It looks like what I have learned in geography lessons about Holland are coming to life.
posted February 6th, 2018  
that's really big. So very interesting. Hope you can show us the view from the top one day
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great shot. The car really gives me a sense of how tall the dyke is.
posted February 6th, 2018  
The car really gives a sense of scale to the image :)
posted February 6th, 2018  
Awesome shot
posted February 6th, 2018  
Impressive dyke.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Good planning and use of natural materials. Nice engineering feature that is incredibly useful. Our city has been talking about how to prevent flooding recently, and has come up with some similar ideas...Neat shot...
posted February 8th, 2018  
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