A few more shots from my trip to Bruges.
All photos taken with Nikon D40 and edited with a mix of A Beautiful Mess Actions and my own.
Picture this: me, a camera, a very photogenic town (but aren’t they all) and a plan to avoid cliches.
Have I succeeded?
I let you decide.
Bruges is stunning. Picture postcard perfect. So much to see and do. And eat
Room and breakfast (or what’s lefts of it) a the Pand hotel, right in the centre of town.
I found it particularly beautiful at night. Maybe because there are less people around. The light works to create a magic atmosphere.
We walked everywhere. My step counter nearly popped. And me with it.
Shops of all kind, from quirky to avant garde.
We tried as many types of beer that we could, but didn’t even scratch the surface.
And did I mentioned the cakes?
I love the contrasting styles.
I’ve never seen that many swans in my life. They pretty much own the place. Of course, they are the symbol of the city.
Experimenting with lighting effects in the dark pub. While beer tasting, naturally.
Love the details! Especially the lace-like fence.
I couldn’t get enough of the contrasts.
I’m not sure who left the bicycle parked there, but it seemed to be a feature. And what about the bench, practically in the canal? For those hot summer days, when you need to freshen up after a long walk, I guess
Overwhelmed by the crowds of tourists in the town centre? (I was!) Luckily there are oasis of quiet and peace just a little walk away.
All photos taken with iPhone5 and edited with VSCO Cam.