Posts Tagged "Church"

The Chairs

Posted by on Nov 6, 2011 in Belgium, Brussels, Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Travel | 2 comments

The First Anniversary

It’s been exactly one year since I’ve started this blog. I took many photos since then. I want to take even more next year:). I thank you for visiting this site and I hope you enjoyed it here and it’ll stay that way:).


I visited many churches in Brussels and this photo is from one of them. Unfortunately I’m sometimes too lazy to remember the church’s exact name and that is the case for this photo as well. If any of you know which church this is, it’d be great:).

I find it interesting they put these chairs opposite each other. I’ve never seen this in any other country, only in Belgium (but the fact is that I didn’t visited that many churches, maybe it’s a common thing).

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The Majestic Sint-Pietersabdij

Posted by on Oct 28, 2011 in Belgium, Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

This is the first church I stepped into in Ghent (or Gent in Dutch/Flemish). I was blown away. The best thing is that it was completely empty and I could take as many pictures as I wanted to. I also used my tripod as in many other churches later in Belgium. I was disappointed when I couldn’t use the tripod in churches in Paris but in Belgium they didn’t seem to be bothered by that (there were some exceptions though but in those cases you just needed to be quicker than they were:)).

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St. Martin’s Memorial Church

Posted by on Aug 10, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

The very first moments of my journey in Outer Hebrides were on the Isle of Lewis, in Stornoway. The light was good, the weather even better, the church in the way and this is what came out of it. Enjoy:)

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St. Vitus’ Cathedral

Posted by on Jun 27, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Prague | 0 comments

I spent last Saturday as a tourist in Prague, with couple of friends and of course with my camera:). I realized I’ve never taken a picture of St. Vitus’ Cathedral before (from the inside). Now it’s not true anymore, as you can see:).

St. Vitus' Cathedral

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