This photo shows parts of a poem about a town hall near the town hall of Vlieland island in the Netherlands.
The poem is by well-known Dutch poet Jan Jacob Slauerhoff. Vlieland, he said, was one of few places where he felt at home.
On fourteen glass plates like on the photo there are poetry lines by Slauerhoff.
If you want to see all fourteen of them, then you have to go all the way north from the village on the Wadden Sea coast to the dunes near the North Sea beach.
After we arrived on Vlieland on 25 September, we saw two glass plates with Slauerhoff poetry on 26 September.
This photo was taken in the forest not far from the North Sea coast.
And this photo is from a sand dune summit still closer to the North Sea coast.
This photo, from Vlieland village shows maybe Slauerhoff’s most famous lines, including the first line in which he writes he can only really live inside his poems.