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Tag Archives: East-Belgium
August 10th, 2023, East-Belgium. The small creatures that populate the sweet-water pools of the Belgian high moors during summer have glassy and shining appearances, but aren’t easy to photograph. You need patience and a high-speed focusing unit to be succesful.
March 21st, 2023. Baraque Fraiture. In the higher part of Belgium, the land is quickly soaked with water, and the fenns deserve their name. A new discovery is the 6-km walk nearby the highway.
February 15th, East of Belgium. The winter brought cold and snow, but the changes are just now detectable. In the morning, the deer came out of the woodland to eat in the warming sunlight. Late afternoon, the cranes passed by … Continue reading
High Fens of Belgium, Nov. 12-13, 2022. Weather conditions are fine, the atmosphere stable. The great migration is ongoing, more than 26000 cranes (Grus grus) were signalled on a single day travelling from Diepholz, Germany, to the North of Spain. … Continue reading
Sep. 12, 2022, East of Belgium. Fifteen days after the discovery of the marsh gentian, we return to the place where we first saw it, and we found it. The mood is peaceful as the landscape around us is…
Trois-Ponts, East of Belgium, May 23, 2022. Well-hidden in a birdhide facing the hillside of the Salmvalley, many small but colourful inhabitants of these woody hills can be observed, e.g. finch, tit, jay and blackbird.
High Fens, April-May, 2021. The highland-scapes of East Belgium…