Violin /cello trio with prof P.Ehrendest, prof A.Einstein and Harm.H.Kamerlingh Onnes (Drawing by his sister)
On the picture from around nineteen twenty we see prof. H. Kamerlingh Onnes and his wife with some colleages among them their friend Albert Einstein ( standing behind mrs. Kamerlingh Onnes)
.. All lines are tight like piano strings and this morning in a temple I experienced something of the tight and pure, which impression one also gets when looking into a grand piano.. (p.211)
Family Tjong in 1926 in Geneva A Foek standing behind her mother.
Jungle .. In the woods there is a narrow trail, sometimes seeming like a staircase along a rockwall. If you look above, you see tower-high trees. It is almost like walking under a chimney with cables and tubes hanging down. What it really is, is vines….. From...
.. the rapids are great fun .. you go with quite a lot of speed around the curves, there are steep walls of rocks, and islands of rocks, whereover you hear the water streaming…(p.112)