I have to admit, I have it easy. I live in Amsterdam. Whether I stick my head out of the window or step outside, ANYwhere I go and look (aka, point my camera) there are bikes. Either stationary or with people on them. There's not a single angle you can view this city without them draping the mis-en-scene. The same, and often more of it applies to the rest of the country. Anyway, as Amsterdamize's faithful readers know, it doesn't mean I take that for granted, unlike many of my fellow Dutchies. They just ride. They put cycling on the same conscious level as walking. You just move, from A to B. "Cycling is just a faster way of walking" & "Bikes are like shoes" are popular memes. We've come a long way since the destructive decline between 1950 - 1975. Newcomers: that's geek speak for 'this bicycle culture was man-made'. Sundays aren't any different from other days of the week. So similarly, I had my camera with me and on my A to B to C to D route I first stopped for 15 minutes at Meester Visserplein near Waterloo square I started clicking away, aka I put my hand in the proverbial cookie jar.
It's always nice to get a kiss for your efforts ;). Next up, I positioned myself in front of Cafe Americain of the American Hotel on Leidseplein, again for about 15 min. Plenty to see.
And often enough, somebody notices me too ;).