Coo – The Waterfall And The Mist


In this post, we take you to one of the most touristic places in Belgium. Coo is a small town in the province of Liège, in the east of Belgium. Although it looks deserted in the evening, Coo attracts lots and lots of visitors during the day. The main attraction is its waterfall. With its 15 meters of height, the…

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Driving In The Black Forest


During our camping trip in August, Lars and I went on a day-trip in the south of the Black Forest. It was a lovely sunny Sunday and we had planned to first have a coffee in Titisee-Neustadt. Unfortunately, there were so many tourists around that we couldn’t park the car. Another time perhaps… We continued east and in Donaueschingen, we had more…

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Photo Essay – The Last Of Summer In Ostend


Things come and go. As do seasons… In the beginning of September, the weather had changed so much that we all thought autumn had come early this year. It was time, so Lars and I thought, for one last trip to the sea. And off we were to Ostend. During one of our first trips, we had spent one week…

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The Bears Of Bad Rippoldsau


Lars and I spent part of our summer in Germany, in the Black Forest to be more specific. Although we had been here before, we came back with a special mission: to photograph bears. Bad Rippoldsau is the home of the Alternativer Wolf- und Bärenpark Schwarzwald, where about a dozen bears from all over Europe have found refuge after a life of…

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Dinant From Another Angle – Unknown Place – Part 2


I usually don’t take pictures in the car, but let’s be honest: you will not find any landscapes that are more spectacular in Belgium than these: Bouvignes This place is also known as Bouvignes-sur-Meuse. The river you can see in the pictures, by the way, is the Meuse. Apart from its cosy narrow streets, you can also visit the ruins of…

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Dinant From Another Angle – Unknown Places – Part 1


It has been a long time since we have done some serious blogging, but there is a simple reason for this. After two years of serious illness, I have found a job again! I now work as a freelance language teacher and although I miss some of the perks I had as an employee, I am happy to be working…

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Photo Essay – A Royal Visit


Once a year, the Royal Palace of Brussels opens its doors to the public. This usually happens during July and August, for the duration of more or less a month. By the way, this palace has a ceremonial function; the royals themselves live in the Royal Palace of Laken (which is never open). Or as the official website of the…

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