Kid in Paris
Little kid in the park around the Eiffel Tower
Paris, Je t’aime

Paris. Still my favorite city trip destination. I’ve been in Paris several times now, and its diversity keeps surprising me. Until now, there was only one think I didn’t like in Paris. Finding a restaurant at the end of an exhausting – but still pleasurable and rewarding – day in Paris. How do you find […]

La Seine, Île de la cité, Notre Dame, Le Louvre. Paris.
Happy Eastern everyone !

France in one of the biggest producers of rapeseed in Europe. Together with Germany, Poland and the UK. If you would drive through France one of these days you’ll definitely see the rapeseed fields. I love the bright yellow color.

Field of rapeseeds in north of France
Streetwork in Gent

Two black and white photographs taken while wandering around in Gent. There is always something interesting to catch on digital media in this city.

Korenmarkt - Gent
Reading at the Korenlei

While we were enjoying the sunlight on the Graslei, someone else was reading at the Korenlei. The opposite side of the Leie.

Korenlei - Gent

If you wouldn’t know what a Polder is, here’s the explanation according to Wikipedia: A polder is a low-lying tract of land enclosed by embankments (barriers) known as dikes that forms an artificial hydrological entity, meaning it has no connection with outside water other than through manually operated devices. I was on my way to […]

A canal in the polders between Bruges, Damme and Sluis
Windmill in Flemish fields
Location: Zwalmstreek - Vlaamse Ardennen
Distant Thunder

While cycling through the Flemish fields I made these pictures. Windmills and clouds of a thunderstorm in the distance make the whole scene more dramatic.

J’ai trouvé

Rumors say there is a cheap and good bistro/restaurant called ” J’ai trouvé ” in the Ajuinlei in Gent. I’ve never been there myself but my source is trustworthy. You can see it on this picture.

Note: It's the smaller restaurant on the background of the photo ;)
Book flea market

Every Sunday morning you can find people selling second-hand books along the Ajuinlei in Gent. To keep themselves warm in cold weather, they order coffee – or something stronger – from nearby cafes.

No, this isn't Paris. It's the book flea market in Gent!