Photographer's Note

Hot day in Ghent during the vacation time.

A lot tourists alike is the Graslei the most beautiful spot of this bustling city. And rightly so! Once this was the center of the medieval port and the Flemish grain trade and still you can along the quay walls from this period genuine admiration. For example, "The Denim 'number 10 on a medieval choir staple stepgable house with the oldest in the world. Links are underpinned by the guildhall of the Corn Meters in Flemish Renaissance style, the guildhall of the Free Schippers in Brabant Gothic. The pay toll is now the smallest pub in Ghent, but was once one of the busiest places of Genste port, and arranged for when the rich resources of the city. The Korenlei on the other side you find the guildhall of the involuntary house and the Swaen Schippers, a former brewery and later port brothel.
The ships have now given way to tourist boats and during the summer months the terraces lure people of all sorts. In addition to the romantic coupling valances, families with children and wannabe guitar heroes with Dreadlocks are mainly the Ghent students who are here at night to go out group obtained a day studying.

I wish everyone a very well weekend.

Shooting Date/Time
13/07/2008 12:53:47
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EF16-35mm f/2.8L USM
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16,0 mm
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4368 x 2912
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Additional Photos by John Maenhout (jhm) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 29190 W: 518 N: 49582] (211734)
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