Visit in Pairi Daiza

I had heard about the baby panda born at Pairi Daiza zoo, in Belgium, and for a few months I waited for it to grow a little bit bigger (the newborns are simply tiny). Finally, at the end of August I couldn’t wait anymore and decided to pay a visit. I chose Wednesday as weekends… Read the full article

Life in Croatia

Relaxed atmosphere, turquoise water and waterfalls, people enjoying the sun and summer breeze. This is the Croatia we discovered. From the cozy capital of Zagreb, through the most amazing National Park of Plitvice, to the coastal road passing by Zadar, Šibenik and Split, to finally the islands of Brač and Hvar. A perfect week of… Read the full article

Iran from north to south

A country of which most know very little or only the grim news headlines. Yet, the reality of Iran would offer travelers almost anything they are looking for: green mountains in the north, colorful desert and camels in the south, and in between ancient history and unique architecture in the cities… a true authentic experience…. Read the full article

Spring wedding

This special day took place in beautiful Namur, Belgium. The sun came out just for us and the moments will stay not only in photos but also in precious memories. It was my pleasure to photograph the wedding of this happy gorgeous couple.

Spring gardens for flower enthusiasts

…and there were flowers. Well, to be precise, there were hundreds of different tulip varieties and other types of blossoms in Keukenhof, Holland. In the neighbouring country, Belgium, Floralia offers a smaller, yet beautiful and less crowded Spring garden setting. As the title suggests, these wonders are only open for a few weeks during April… Read the full article

Holiday on a boat

During these rainy spring days it’s nice to dream about summer holidays and make exciting plans. Maybe you feel like doing something completely different this year. Ever rented a BOAT? There are several countries in Europe which offer this possibility, even for beginners. So if interested, these photos from last summer, along the Canal du… Read the full article

Carnival portraits of Binche

There are inspiring people all around, but photographing strangers in daily life can be tricky. Carnivals offer a nice exception and people are not bothered by the numerous photographers, some even happily pose for you. While waiting for the parade in Binche, Belgium, I had a good chance to get close-ups of the general public,… Read the full article

The sad beauty of a ghost town

It’s not often you get to see a ghost town, or maybe we simply close our eyes from the battles of others. The small town of Doel in Belgium reached headlines few years back when its citizens resisted the plan to build a harbor replacing their homes. After a confusing drive in a wide construction… Read the full article

Finland – the winter wonderland?

Times have changed and even Finland cannot guarantee snow for Christmas anymore. Growing up I can hardly remember not being able to build snow castles and snowmen, not to mention ice skating on a lake and sliding down the almost non-existent hills of my old hometown. Times have changed, and it’s not the lack of… Read the full article

Villers Abbey, Belgium

Compact sized Belgium never stops surprising you. This old Villers Abbey, located in the backyard of Brussels, is another picturesque day trip location. The ruins are dramatic even in the warm sun light, and one could easily feel lonely and lost in thought if visiting the spot alone. The abbey and its detailed structures would,… Read the full article