Oakland’s Produce and Waterfront District

I don’t even know if the Produce and Waterfront District is actually a thing. I looked it up on a real estate website. I guess those websites get it wrong a lot when it comes to naming neighborhoods, but I’m just going to have to trust them for now. Continue reading “Oakland’s Produce and Waterfront District”

UPDATED: Banksy in San Francisco —or the best hide-and-seek game

UPDATE: Jeremy Novy got back to me and said the other pieces were vandalized and couldn’t be fixed. Read what follows, keeping that info in mind.
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Banksy, a street artist with an international reputation, just finished a month long residency in NYC. For a while that’s all we could hear and read about . Even Justin Bieber managed to get some of the Banksy hype. Continue reading “UPDATED: Banksy in San Francisco —or the best hide-and-seek game”

Halloween: oranges vs. pumpkins

All right! I know I’m not in the habit of posting two sets of pictures a day, I felt like I need to make an exception. Being from Belgium and being part of that older generation, I never really celebrated Halloween as a kid. Continue reading “Halloween: oranges vs. pumpkins”

Paris, je t’aime (part IV): On a walk from Bastille to Les Halles

This was actually a much longer walk because we walked from Bastille to Arc de Triomphe. But I’m thinking you guys could get out of breath if we don’t take a break halfway. So in the post, you’ll see photos taken at Bastille, by the Seine, at Notre-Dame de Paris all the way to Centre Georges Pompidou and Les Halles. Continue reading “Paris, je t’aime (part IV): On a walk from Bastille to Les Halles”

México lindo: Puerto Vallarta

It’s been a little over three years since I visited Mexico. I gotta say Puerto Vallarta wasn’t my favorite place for it is extremely touristy, but I still took a few photos I want to share with you guys. This post is the first in series. Continue reading “México lindo: Puerto Vallarta”

Parcours d’artistes: local art, open houses

Last Sunday, I came upon a house where there was an exhibit. It was part of something organized by the neighborhood called Parcours d’Artsites. Artists around the neighborhood (Jette, Brussels, Belgium) would open up their houses and show off their art to the public. It’s a pretty cool concept. A few local artists who got together in the house I went into. Continue reading “Parcours d’artistes: local art, open houses”