City Views.144

Last shots from Nijmegen, including international flags along the riverfront which I assume were there for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Eurogames, an LGBTQI+ – oriented (but naturally welcoming to all) sports festival and competition at which yours truly took home a “bronze medal” in the (very, very small) draw of men’s singles that I had joined. Those games and playing a ton of tennis while watching many friends play tennis (and many others whom I don’t know play soccer, volleyball and squash) took up most of my time during those days in Arnhem and Nijmegen back in July. You’ll see a few more shots pertaining to the games — including the list of sports planned for next year’s event; see if you can spot the sport which demonstrates life imitating art… Immediately below, a few more highlights from Nijmegen’s excellent and well situated museum (yes, same bridge – it’s on the bluff above the river).

3 responses

  1. Congratulations on your bronze medal! By the way, I hear that Bern is very nice!

    October 7, 2022 at 13:17

  2. Elizabeth Johnson


    October 7, 2022 at 18:16

  3. Sam Craig

    Congrats on the bronze!

    October 16, 2022 at 23:38

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