Maastricht is a city located in south east of the Netherlands. Some of the main attractions of Maastricht includes Christmas market, the university, man-made caves and river Meuse (dutch: Maas). In the valleys of river meuse is mount saint Peter, which is rich in limestone, an excellent building material. From about 1000 years, the mountainContinue reading “Maastricht underground”
Am thankful for this week challenge topic that made me realize how wonderful this year was. I have listed out some of my favourite destinations of the year 2017. 1. Castle at Kuringen Belgium: We were given an opportunity to plant a birth tree in name of our child born the previous year, organised byContinue reading “2017 Favourites”
It is easy to be creative at a very young age but challenging to sustain that creativity in adulthood. I really admire some transformations of empty things brought to life. The below picture was taken in a Zoo at Antwerp, Belgium. A tree stump is transformed into an art. The street lamp posts of BelgiumContinue reading “Transformation”
Some experiments done at home which has been successful and is used as decor in my house. LED lights inside empty wine bottle Kitchen glass jars filled with sand, water and some water plant Wooden frame hanged on wall and mirror paper butterflies glued around the frame. Weekly photography challenge: Experimental
Weekly photography challenge: Pedestrian In the city of Ghent, Belgium we walked through a narrow street with graffiti on walls. The street was nearly 400 metres length and had graffiti by various artists throughout the street. Only pedestians and cyclists could use this street.
‘Schöner brunnen’ is a 14th century fountain in Hauptmarkt, Nuremberg. The specialty of the fountain is, it has a rotatable brass ring in between the iron grills. Turning the ring is considered to bring good luck and your wish will be fulfilled. People who want to have a child, turn it thrice and have experienced the luck.Continue reading “Schöner Brunnen, Nuremberg, Germany”
Meiavondviering (May evening) takes place every year at the end of April in Hasselt, Belgium. Hasselt has been following this tradition from mid-16th century. A large doll, made from birch tree is burnt. This doll represents winter, which means metaphorically ‘burning the winter and welcoming spring’.