Browsing Category : Landscapes

And to The North We Went…


So far, Lars and I had explored the southern part of the Algarve like this : As you can see, we had driven from east to west. This, by the way, was all known territory for me; I had been here more than 20 years ago. At the Cape of St. Vincent, Lars and I had basically two options: go…

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Driving to Cape St. Vincent


Lars and I continued west in the south of the Algarve until we couldn’t drive any further: Cape St. Vincent, the most southwestern point of Portugal. Once a naval battlefield, now one of the most touristic places in Portugal. The surrounding cliffs reach a height of 75 meters and are home to a huge variety of birds and marine life.…

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A Stop in Cacela Velha


Portugal: a new country for Lars and a rediscovery for me. We started our summer tour of this year in the southern region of the Algarve and would work our way west and then up north, hoping to photograph beautiful landscapes and architecture during our drives. Located on a hill, overlooking a lagoon, I thought that Cacela Velha would be…

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The Big Move – El Morche


So far, we have shared pictures of Torrox (the village) and Torrox Costa, but there is a third part, called El Morche. It counts about 2100 inhabitants and is home to beautiful beaches. By the way, Lars and I took these pictures last week. As you can see, we are still having very nice weather here with temperatures easily reaching 22…

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The Big Move – On The Beach


This is more of a short photo essay than a real post today… There are several beaches in Torrox Costa, all of them with fine grey sand and (quite some) pebbles near the shore break. I also took pictures near the lighthouse. The beach you see here in all the pictures is at the centre of Torrox Costa. In July…

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A Sea of Bluebells


552 ha (or 1.360 acres) of forest and bluebells: that is the best way to describe the Hallerbos. As the name suggests, the forest is located in Halle, not far from Brussels. The famous bluebells are in season from mid-April until the beginning of May and attract tens of thousands of visitors from all over the world. Lars and I…

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Photo Essay – Indian Summer In Duinbergen


You might think I took these pictures in summer… This was actually the last week of September, during a warm and sunny Sunday. The location was Duinbergen, a small Belgian coastal town, not far from the border with the Netherlands. The beginning of September had been cold and wet, so this was quite a treat!

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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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