20 Photos of Spring in Belgium

20 Photos of Spring in Belgium

The weather has been incredibly nice for weeks and I’ve been having lots of outdoor fun with my camera. This blog used to be a place where I would post travel updates every once in a while. Nothing more, nothing less. That has clearly changed over time; it now focuses mainly on (travel) photography and [...]

One Year Ago

One Year Ago

Exactly one year ago today I left for what would become one of the greatest things I have ever done. On April 1 2013 I set off to cycle to the North Cape and back. During that journey I took a couple of photos of myself each day. I wasn’t really planning on doing anything [...]

PHOTO: Canalside Café

PHOTO: Canalside Café

This is a photo of a cozy café near a canal in my hometown of Geel, in the Belgian province of Antwerp. I’ve been visited this canal since I was a little boy and we went swimming in it on hot summer days. It’s lined with a great bicycle path on the northern side.

Capturing the Latest Additions to the New York Skyline

Capturing the Latest Additions to the New York Skyline

Of all the sights in New York, the most famous is probably the city’s imposing skyline. The towering office buildings and hotels of Manhattan Island are a worldwide symbol of urbanism, from the now-lowly Flatiron Building to the majesty of the Empire State Building. One of the most wonderful things about the Big Apple’s architecture [...]

A Busy Week Off

A Busy Week Off

These are hectic times over here in my neck of the woods. I’ve been incredibly busy sorting out emigration and immigration stuff. In case some of you didn’t know, I’m moving to the USA in about two weeks. Caroline and I are getting married! (And in case you really didn’t know, it’s high time you [...]

Belgium Under the Radar - Aalst

Belgium Under the Radar – Aalst

The city of Aalst is the eighth city in this Belgium Under the Radar blog series. Aalst is located in the province of East Flanders and has a population of just over 80,000. The city is old – 9th century – and has a rich and quite interesting history. It used to be the home [...]

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