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Old Sep 20, 2010, 6:15 AM   #11
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Thanks for the tour - an impressive building and even more impressive photography! Excellent captures of the details, lighting & lines. Especially enjoyed #2!
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 3:54 PM   #12
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Ronny, That is what I call a really fantastic piece of architecture!
And the photos aren't bad either.
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Old Sep 20, 2010, 4:07 PM   #13
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I loved the tour Ronny - fabulous old building, beautifully restored, superbly captured.

I spent a few very happy months in my misspent youth (oh Veronique, wherefore art thou now) many many years ago, living in Brussels (behind Place d'Louise) and it's a wonderful city for tourists to visit.
Thanks Kevin, it's strange I live only 50km from Brussels and only visit it rarely. It's a great city.
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Ronny, nice shots of a beautiful building. The 10-20mm is a fantastic lens for architectural photos. Were you using a tripod or did you hand hold for these shots?

I am also surprised by the small number of people in the building. Here in the States our justice buildings are overwhelmed and usually bustling with people. Yours looks more like a museum.

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Thanks Lou,

I guess most people don't come in through the main hall, on the other hand we have depending on what source you follow the same or 1/4th of the crime rate of the USA and thats about average rate for an European country.
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Thanks for the tour - an impressive building and even more impressive photography! Excellent captures of the details, lighting & lines. Especially enjoyed #2!
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