Every Sunday morning bikes rattle over the cobbles in the Flemish Ardennes. Outdoorsy-types and would-be cyclists enjoy the complete tranquility of this beautiful part of the Belgian countryside as part of their weekly workout - Flemish Ardennes, Belgium - Flemish Ardennes, Belgium.
The station Gent-Sint-Pieters was built on the eve of the World Exhibition in 1913. It became the driving force for the development of a whole new city region.Today, the city is faced with the same challenge: adapting the station and the surrounding area to the needs of the 21st century. The project spans over a period of more than a decade.
Yesterday Fans flooded downtown Groningen to celebrate FC Groningen’s Cup Final victory - Groningen, The Netherlands.
A few rays of sunshine and vaguely summer temperatures are enough to get everybody outside. The many terraces that surround The Grand Place are the place to be to sample one of the many Belgian beers - Brussels, Belgium
Back in Amsterdam, the most bicycle-friendly city in the world where the majority of the citizens have spent their lives on two wheels since they were infants - Vijzelstraat, Amsterdam.
Tourists in Valletta, the second southernmost capital of the EU member states after Nicosia, Cyprus. The city counts less than 7000 inhabitants and the historical center is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO - Valletta, Malta.
Tourists and government officials are rushing out of Valletta shortly after 5:00 pm. In contrast to other Mediterranean cities museums en offices close in Valletta at 5:00 pm. Probably one of the remains of the colonization of the British Empire - Valletta, Malta
People taking the bus at St. Julians. Public transportation in Malta is functioning suboptimal and most people commute by car. As a consequence traffic during peak hours on the small island is an absolute disaster — St. Julians, Malta
"Photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them."
For a long time I used to take pictures - like so many of us - to capture memories of family holidays and events. Over time I’ve found that experiences are deepened and one notices things more intensely by thinking visually. I came to enjoy the quality of light, amazing reflections, geometrical forms and colours. Ever since, I have been determined to take my skills to the next level. I also want to share my work with a much larger audience, because I truly believe that the only way to keep feeding one’s inspiration, creativity, and ultimately getting better at what one is passionate about, is to invite others to critique my work.
"Success is the ability to go from failure to failure, without a loss of enthusiasm”
Sir Winston Churchill
Therefore, I Am A Believer Of "All Critiques Are Valid". Thank You!
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