NEDERL.

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    The Netherlands are so small in a global context that the name is abbreviated to NEDERL. The same is true for its largest city: Amst. There is no room for other Dutch cities.
    Belgium (BELGIË) is represented too with only one city: BRUSS. But other surrounding countries are better represented: The United Kingdom (VERENIGD KONINKRIJK) with five cities: LONDEN, Manch., GLASGOW, Edinb. and Belfast; Germany (DUITSLAND) with four cities: Bonn, HAMB., BERLIJN, MUNCH.

    ODC - Theme (28-07-2012): Country

    1. Bella ❤ 51 months ago | reply

      In a context where it is not allowed to take up too much space, that is :O) So, the cap is not Amst ?? hehe.
      We used to have a globe in my childhood*s home. We pressed a knob and swish there was light !! I never see these globes nowadays!
      Like your pov, but even if rounded, your country seems tiny.

    2. glukorizon 51 months ago | reply

      Bella ❤ Oops, you are right, Ella. The Hague is the capital. I go change my caption, with a blush of shame...
      This globe also has a light inside, but it is not on in this picture. It was in this ODC picture: flic.kr/p/a3GSap.

    3. Sharon Gerald 51 months ago | reply

      Nicely done. I'm really enjoying seeing where everyone in the group is from.

    4. Shelly MacNeil - Conway 51 months ago | reply

      You found a wonderful image for country,
      I love the details, they look like fingerprints.
      Thank you for the music too, I enjoyed hearing it,
      and it did make me wonder, about the homes history

    5. Monica & Cebolinha 51 months ago | reply

      Yes, great interpretation.... Lovely details and DOF!

    6. jimj0will 51 months ago | reply

      Nice narrow zone of focus.

    7. and a Truck 51 months ago | reply

      I really love this globe lit up on your other image. Lovely interpretation.

    8. Cathlon 51 months ago | reply

      Very nice response and terrific focus!

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