My Favourite Spot in Gent

This is my favourite spot in Gent. The architecture here is as if it was a different world…

My Favourite Spot in Gent


Fairy Tale Bridge

This part of Gent is my favourite, it looks like a different world.

Fairy Tale Bridge


Tunnel Vision

If you have a wide-angle lens and you get yourself under the bridge or in some kind of tunnel, it’s always hard to resist and not take the picture. I didn’t resist:).

Tunnel Vision


Cold Evening in Gent

After one year I visited Gent again. This is one of my favourite spots there.

Cold Evening in Gent


Magical Bridge

Almost a year ago I visited this small beautiful town called Gent in Belgium. I have already posted a Magical Bridge

Silent Church

This photo is from the church in Gent, Belgium. When I was there, it was completely silent and looked like abandoned. But it looked amazing:).

Silent Church

Empty Chairs

This is a photo I took last year in Ghent in St. Pieter’s Abbey. Actually, all the churches in Ghent I visited were really nice, not just this one.

Taking pictures in churches is often quite difficult because you can’t use tripod, sometimes even your camera. Fortunately in this case I used my tripod and even my camera:). It was really deserted so nobody protested:). And when the tripod is forbidden, there is always the little Empty Chairs

The Side of the Church

I found out I still have many pictures from various churches sitting in my Lightroom catalog waiting to be processed. Yesterday I processed some of them and this one I liked the most. It’s from the church in Ghent, Belgium.

The Side of the Church

Evening River in Ghent

Ghent looks great. Everywhere you point your camera looks just amazing. The canals together with the architecture of the buildings there create interesting mood for me. I think I’ll have to go there sometime again. Of course, this is another one of the photos I took there.

Evening River in Ghent

The Unknown

This is from the back of one of the churches in Gent. I probably should get some GPS tracker because the more photos I take the less I remember about them. Of course, when you take a picture of the Eiffel Tower, you can’t forget that:). When you visit five churches in one town, it becomes something different.

The Unknown

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