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Category Archives: travel, Belgium
2023, Sep. 11th, Rochefort. After two days of science outreach during the hot days of the Open Doors at the Humain radio-astronomy station, stepping into the world of small birds was very refreshing…
August 27-28th, 2023, East-Belgium. For the very first time, we managed to spot the red and green leaves of the enigmatic ‘drosera rotundifolia’ amidst the lush and flowering vegetation of the Belgian high moors. The insect-eating plant displays tiny leaves … Continue reading
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.
April 19th, 2023, Halle. The blue-white carpets of anemons and bluebells started to colourize the woods of central Belgium… And the show is on!
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
Jan. 8th. Hiking past the industrial site of Forges de Clabecq situated along the old canal Charleroi – Brussels, we detected the ancient geological layers suitably named “Tubize rock”…
December 26-28, 2023. In search for colour in the rainy winter landscape…