Hi! My name is Roselinde and I’m currently 23 years old. I’m a Dutch blogger with an undying passion for travel photography (and ice cream). My motivation for travelling the world is to discover new perspectives. I truly believe I learn the most when I explore new places and experience other cultures. My absolute favourite thing to do (apart from travelling) is sharing my journeys on this blog. I am based in the Netherlands, so when I’m back home, you’ll probably find me in Amsterdam or Breda.

I have been blogging since 2010 and post visual reports of my activities within the Netherlands and abroad. This blog received a ‘WordPress Freshly Pressed’ status in December 2011 and June 2012. In 2014, I participated in a photographic exhibition for young artists, which was held in Rovaniemi, Finland.

I obtained my Bachelor of Arts in June 2015 by studying Liberal Arts and Sciences at Amsterdam University College (AUC), majoring in the Humanities. Academically, I mainly focus on topics within digital anthropology, new media, visual culture, and East Asian philosophy. I wrote my thesis about mobile snapshots and their influence on traditional ideas about photographic time and space.

I attended the Beijing Normal University Philosophy Summer School in July 2015; one of the best (travel) experiences of my life! In September 2015, I was honoured to be one of the first student speakers at the Magna Charta Universitatum annual conference in Bologna, Italy. I am currently studying Cultural Analysis (research master) at the University of Amsterdam.

If you are still reading this, it probably means you’ve taken the time to scroll through my blog, so:

Thank you very much for visiting!



  1. Great use of the «Untitled» theme! You’ve been the main source of inspiration while setting up ours! Keep up the good work!

  2. Bonjour Roselinde

    You have a lovely blog here full of fabulous pictures and heartwarming expériences.
    We will be following with interest – you must grab your opportunities where you can and enjoy life to the full while you can.



    • Thank you very much for your comment and for following my blog! You have some really great photography on your blog 🙂

      Best wishes,

  3. Just happened to run into your blog. Its a real interesting blog that you have here. Loved some of your write-ups. Its very subtle . I guess I will be hanging around here a lot. 🙂

  4. Hey Roselinde
    Just setting up my blog with the Zoren Theme. Because you are mentioned in “Awesome blogs using Zoren Theme” I wonder how you managed to set up your “Connect”-Widget? I can’t find a fitting one in the Widget list.

  5. Nice use of the Zoren theme, especially your header! I need to keep playing with my layout to get it where I like it. Thanks for some inspiration!

  6. Hi Roselinde! Thanks for stopping by at my blog. I’m glad to have found yours, I love it. You have great content and design, and even better photography. Looking forward to reading more.

  7. hi roslinde,
    thank you for your recent visit, likes and follow. i am delighted you like some of my work.
    its been almost 15 months since i started KAP and its only now that I got to know of your blog, and it is wonderful. thank you and have a good weekend.

  8. dear Roselinde,
    you write and photograph with such enthusiasm 🙂 that´s why ur blog is so interesting!! I would love to invite you to visit my World Wide PedroL, maybe you can suggest me how can I improve my layout, since yours is pretty much better 🙂
    all the best

  9. I visited Amsterdam with my family in November. What a beautiful city. I’m enjoying your take on the city and your travels. thanks. Terry

  10. Hi Roselinde! Thanks for stopping by our blog. Your photography is quite stunning. It’s nice that you give the reader small historical details of the place you visit. I’ve seen very few bloggers who do that. Look forward to reading more accounts of your trips! 🙂

  11. glad to discover your blog!! you havent talent and definetly eye for the photography! happy travels PedroL

  12. Lovely work. I have to ask about the rocks behind you in your masthead portrait: where is that? It looks like Joshua Tree in California. Thanks for visiting Wing\’s World, fellow traveler!

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