One of our favourite places to visit is the Natural History Museum in Brussels. It’s really easy for us to get to from where we live and sometimes they have free entry days for students so there’s no reason for us not to go. We also quite like dinosaurs so that’s another good reason to go.
The have a huge display of taxidermy animals, all separated into the animal groups which I love because organised things make me excited! They have pretty impressive collection of dinosaurs and other skeletons and a little exhibit of what can only be described as extreme evolution. If you want to see a feathered fish hanging from the ceiling, this is your place
We’ve been three or four times so far, but I’ve yet to go back with my newer camera and my slightly more advanced photography skills. It’s on a list. For now, I’m going to share with you one of my favourite places through the eyes of bad camera skills.
Another instalment of the photo archives, this time from our first summer in Belgium. We’d taken a day trip to Blankenberge and as well as relaxing at the beach, we also visited the aquarium and a sand sculpture display they had on.
If I remember, it was in celebration of 100 years of Disney, so all the sculptures were Disney characters. The detail on the sculptures was amazing, especially the castle. That was definitely my favourite piece!
I know the photos are a less than stellar quality, but I just enjoy sharing some of our older memories on here.
Not too far from our house there are these three little lakes where the reeds and blackberries grow, and lots of people jog. Even we’ve jogged down there! Whilst Kris was away a couple of weeks back, I needed to get out of the house for a bit and took a little walk one evening. Nothing fancy, just me in my hoody, Skype-ing on the wall. I took my camera along for some company and thought I’d attempt some photos of the sun setting. You know what?, I really like these photos! They are some of my favourites.
I’m looking forward to the winter as the lakes might freeze over and maybe, maybe, we might get a little dusting of snow. I have high hopes for the photos of that! Till then, here’s to a pleasantly warm summer’s evening.