Puggy from the front row

You’ve seen Stromae from the front row. Now, it’s Puggy‘s turn! Continue reading “Puggy from the front row”

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Stromae from the front row

After having waited for over 6 hours at the Grand Place in Brussels, I finally got to see Stromae (and other bands and singers I’ll share the pictures of later). Every year on September 27, Brussels and Wallonia celebrate the French-speaking community. This year, they had a free concert with artists from Belgium, namely Brussels and Wallonia. Continue reading “Stromae from the front row”

Liège: Gare des Guillemins

It’s hard to believe the train station shown below, Gare des Guillemins, was first built in 1842. Well, that might just be because this train station was recently renovated (2009) into a state-of-the-art facility. In fact, it might just be the most modern train station in Belgium. It took about 10 years to renovate and build it. The architecture is so unique that people travel to this station just to take pictures. Continue reading “Liège: Gare des Guillemins”

Villers Abbey: open-air archeology

I hesitated a lot before making up my mind. I wasn’t sure whether black & white or color would do justice to the site best. I ended up picking B&W, but I’m still not sure of the result. Continue reading “Villers Abbey: open-air archeology”

URBEX: Fort de la Chartreuse

Yesterday was another great photo day in good company. I went out to Liège, Belgium with my friend and did some urban exploration. This fort is a former military outpost but also has served many purposes throughout the years. Continue reading “URBEX: Fort de la Chartreuse”