Photographed during our evening inline-skating session from the Schoneveldsepad bike bridge over the Rondweg.
It’s that time of year again when the trees are in full blossom and the daytime temperature hits 20 °C (68 °F)!
That said, it can still go as low as -4 °C (25 °F) at night, and it even snowed this morning. Luckily, there’s nothing left of it now, so it’s time for a traditional Spring Video!
Tom Hegen, a German award-winning photographer specialising in aerial photography, has made absolutely stunning night photos of the Netherlands.
They feature dazzling light patches of greenhouses against the pitch-black background, so bright that they are clearly visible from space.
By the courtesy of Tom I’m publishing his Greenhouse Series photos in my blog today.
Cold days are coming our way. This morning has hit -2 °C (28 °F)!
The grass is still green though.
Ghent inhabitants are very proud of the fact that their city once (in 2004) won the City-People-Light Award and received three stars from the Michelin guide for its lighting. January next year there will be a regular Light Festival in Ghent (held once in three years). In the meantime I’ll show you the night city as of January 2014.