Le Corbusier. Linkeroever – Chandigarh | Museum Aan de Stroom

Because of our renovation plans, I’ve become more interested in architecture and design. This exhibition about Le Corbusier at the MAS in Antwerp definitely piqued my interest. About the MAS, Antwerp I always enjoy a chance to go the the MAS or Museum Aan de Stroom. This iconic block of red sandstone and undulating glass… Continue reading Le Corbusier. Linkeroever – Chandigarh | Museum Aan de Stroom

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Japan: Snow in Hokkaido

Even though it’s May, the weather in Belgium is still below 15°C. We’ve had one week of real spring weather but it looks like the weather gods have decided we need more rain and grey skies. Being so stuck in winter weather, reminds me of our visit to Hokkaido. The main northern island of Japan… Continue reading Japan: Snow in Hokkaido

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Japan: street photography

Ginza, Tokyo

I don’t know what it is about Japan that makes it so perfect for street photography. If you’ve never been to Japan, you’d assume it’s because Tokyo is one of those megacities with the perfect combination of skyscrapers and hasty city dwellers that feature heavily in street photography. But I can assure you, that’s not… Continue reading Japan: street photography

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Happy Easter

Remember: Follow the bunny, he has the chocolate!Happy Easter everyone.

AmazonBasics polarizing filter | First impression review

Polarizing filters are a useful addition to your photographer’s kit. They reduce glare and reflections but they can also boost the colours of your photos. This makes them a useful tool for a variety of photography styles such as landscape, travel and product photography. I recently bought the AmazonBasics Circular Polarizing filter and these are my first impressions of this budget filter.

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Horta & Wolfers exhibition | Art & History Museum Brussels

The Horta & Wolfers exhibition combined two of my favourite things: jewellery design and Art Nouveau. We went there in December last year, for my birthday. Unfortunately, the exhibition has ended by now. But I have some photos to share for those interested.