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Sometimes it’s best to kill two birds with one stone. No, I’m not condoning killing birds. While taking a gentle walk through your new neighborhood, heading a few blocks to a local cafe or coffee shop, take along your camera. Not your cellphone version, but your DSLR. Granted you may need coffee to get things […]
Three hours in the afternoon of 30 August 2009 at Charles de Brouckère Square in Brussels, Belgium.