Week #20: Reading Messages

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Walking in the streets of Brussels again this week.   This is week number 20 for me.

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Several times I bumped  across different kinds of messages. Some were obvious, others I had to try harder to interpret, right or wrong?  This wall and door were covered with stickers with pictures (portraits) or people, each holding a sign with a message related to (lack of) different kinds of freedom.

Liberty Liberty

This word (Solidarity) was on a sign hanging on the building of a worker union.

Solidarity Solidarity

This one is in favor of keeping a little bit of a public garden soon to be replaced by a new building.

Green Green

Under the cobblestones on this square, a “time capsule” has been buried for the future generations, with another kind of message (a poem — and also a sound recording of it).

Buried Message Buried Message

I didn’t get this message though…

Angry Mouse? Angry Mouse?

And this…

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Week #19: Back to the basics, revisited

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Hi people, long  time no post from me… I’m back to it.

As I wrote in my post on week #17, I have been shooting with a rather basic but pretty good SLR and a couple lenses.

So I’m doing that again this week but now with a color roll. First on Sunday I did a little walk in a wood near Louvain-la-Neuve (le Bois de Lauzelle).  Green tones all over the place…

And as we still enjoyed some good sunny weather on Monday I was out again for a stroll in Brussels, around the EU district.

I was shooting with the Chinon CM-3 again, with a roll of DM 400.  On Sunday I shot with the Vivitar 135mm f/2.8 but on Monday I used the Industar 50mm f/3.5 (“pancake”).

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