Óbidos, Portugal, taken on April 28, 2013
Óbidos is a lovely little town in Portugal surrounded by a wall on top of which you could walk. And that was exactly what I did with my buddies when we visited. Walking around on the edge of the wall, the entire town is in front of your eyes and you really get quite a perspective of the age of this place!
Paris, France, taken on December 23, 2013
In St. Paul’s Village in Paris, there was a wall of photos of spherical shapes and patterns in the form of a grid. At first glance I thought these were various forms of chocolate balls…or maybe they were? More amusing still was the wooden figure at the bottom of the wall, almost blending in with the photos but seemingly screaming for help with the words, “Libère moi…fais pas le con!” which would mean something along the lines of “Free me…stop screwing around!” XD
Colmar, France, taken on June 1, 2013
I really loved this piece of artwork on the pink wall of a building in Colmar. The details in the nesting birds and the architecture in the background are so delicate and striking that I couldn’t help but pay attention to its beauty.
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, taken on November 11, 2013
Having lived in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium for a period of time, I became familiar with the various places where you could find wall art around the city. And there were many. This stretch of wall art was found in Place des Wallons, right by the student kots (student residences). It was a very surreal jungle of some sort, very bright and colourful. I gotta say I quite enjoyed walking by this huge mural to and from work every day. (Click here to read my dedicated post about wall art in Louvain-la-Neuve.)
…and of course, love what you do. Nice reminder outside the Sablon restaurant in Louvain-la-Neuve 😉