A different look at Ypres, Belgium.

In my previous post I referred to being lucky enough to spend a couple of days in Ypres, Belgium, taking photographs. I also picked up a new theme, well for me, of benches. I have exhausted that theme for now but will return to it another time, I’m sure.

Today I am going to mix up shots of buildings and other interesting things that caught my eye while generally wandering about. One of the most liberating things was not being confined by time, route or subject. I was just there to follow my nose, wandering in all directions to see what surprises I may find. In all honesty I suppose I was doing no more than follow the tourist trodden paths around the town.

So here we go with a mixed bag of photos running in no particular order. Some have been taken directly from the camera via Aperture with little or no editing. Others have been passed via NIK Software (one of my favourite tools) and enhanced a little. None have been edited in anything other than an amateur way as I am still very much a novice in this field and learning as I go along. I do, however, enjoy the creativity of the process.

Windowless walkway.

Windowless walkway.

Reaching for the sky.

Reaching for the sky.

Reaching out from behind.

Reaching out from behind.

In memory!

In memory!

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cloth Hall, Ypres.

Cotton-wool clouds and frost on the roof.

Cotton-wool clouds and frost on the roof.

More to follow :——-

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