Bruges in Photographs. Day and Night

It was our first experience of living in Bruges, Belgium, and our first night photo session with tripod.

Photo of Bruges

Bruges photo

Later, while checking our photograps, we found that some photos turned out to be paired: day and night.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium.

An illumination of the buildings switched off after this shot. As if somebody on Heaven decided, “Enough! Sleep!” and turned off electricity. He left only night-light, the moon.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

The central square of Bruges, Belgium

The center of Bruges

The center of Bruges

Channels and swans. People call Bruges “North Venice.” Maybe, but there are less channels here and all the town is well-kept, whitewashed and cleaned in contrast to littered decaying and falling apart Venice.

Photo of Bruges, Belgium

Photo of Bruges, Belgium

Bruges photo

This is one of the most beautiful streets-channels of Bruges.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Bruges photo

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Bruges photo

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

A very nice square with Basilica of the Holy Blood. Here, you can meet little squares at every step.

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

We thank this was a church. No, it was a restaurant. ๐Ÿ™‚

Bruges photo

This is a modern building, but it looks like it is about 300 years old.

Modern building in Bruges, Belgium

Shop window in Bruges, Belgium

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Photo of Bruges in Belgium

Church in Bruges, Belgium

Church in Bruges, Belgium

More about Bruges:
Brugge: Capital of Chocoholics and the Best City in the World
Tiny Bruges: Plenty of Attractions

61 thoughts on “Bruges in Photographs. Day and Night

  1. ะกะฟะฐัะธะฑะพ. ะžั‡ะตะฝัŒ ะฟะพะทะฝะฐะฒะฐั‚ะตะปัŒะฝะพ.

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  2. All of these a beautiful, Victor, but have to agree w/ others that the night photos stand out; and thanks so much for stopping by my blog as well. Is travel photography your job, and if so, who do you work for/with, and do you/they need some assistance??

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  3. First-time visitor. I’ve never been to Belgium, but through your images i see myself visiting some day. Thanks for sharing the beauty and for stopping by my blog.

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  4. Beautiful city. Great captures. I find that night shots are always more dramatic. Although day shots with the right light can be as dramatic too. Thanks for visiting.

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  5. Thanks so much for stopping by! I love this, I’ve always wanted to hit the same spots after dark and put my tripod to good use…but it’s hard to coordinate when traveling with other students who don’t care, haha.
    I love the shot with the moon the most ๐Ÿ˜€

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  6. Very well captured. Really like the way you have given the day and night photos of the same building. We’ve been to Bruges and it felt like we were on a memory rewind. I’m yet to get my hands right on night shots. Is tripod the only secret? No aperture changes?

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              1. Why not? I love arabic countries & I need sun. By the way one week (bed & breakfast) in Germany or another European country costs more than 2 weeks all inclusive there ๐Ÿ˜‰

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