Luc Dewaele, dagboek

Over fotografie en leven.

Tag: Vlaams stedebouwkundig restgoed

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Life is simple. Work with artists.

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Life is simple. Have fun in Menen.

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Life is simple. Cover it up, the Flemish way.

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Life is simple. Imagine a tribute to all he former urban planners in Flanders. (The actual one, Leo Van Broeck, gives us hope)

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Life is simple. Imagine a springtime walk in february.

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Life is simple. Keep the doors open for people and their cabbages. Again.

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Life is simple. Keep the doors open.

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Life is simple.

Go to Koksijde and return the same day.

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Life is simple. Go to Menen and return the same day.

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Life is simple. Embrace the polychromy of the day.

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Life is simple. It’s a diptych, at every 100 meters.

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Life is simple. It’s an evening course.

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Life is simple. Stick to the essentials. (Bailleul)

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Life is simple. Limit the sky.

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Life is simple. Look as things (dis)appear.

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Life is simple. See the sea (or parts of it).

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Life is simple. Play it again, Miroslaw Tichy.

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Life is simple. Enjoy meeting people.

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Life is simple. Come to the Academy in Deinze.

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Life is simple. Walk while you’re freezing. Frozen by the sight.

Flemish towns to avoid (167)

(no blue skies in Flanders)

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‘The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.’ Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

P.s. According to you, what’s the story of this picture?

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 Every photograph is a battle of form versus content. The good ones are on the border of failure.

Winogrand

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BXL. Trains and art. (And thinking of false artists A. Conrad, G. Goiris, M. Vanvolsem and their poor ambassadors, whose names I’ll remember soon)

 

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Really at home.