Sunday Stills: Watery Ghent

Ghent is a veritable Venice of northern Europe with its beautiful canals, waterside residences and boats that trawl the waterways. It’s such a picturesque town that all photos look good.

Yellow hues on the water, it was a watery wintery day where all the colours took on a neutral or monochromatic colour, Ghent
©2018 Regina Martins
Tourist boat trawling the icy canal waters as seen from an arrow slit at Gravensteen Castle, Ghent
©2018 Regina Martins
Gravensteen Castle, place of counts and dungeons, Ghent
©2018 Regina Martins
Reflections silent and icy in Ghent
©2018 Regina Martins

Post prepared for Second Wind, Leisure Perspectives – Sunday Stills: Water.  Click on the link for more entries.


8 thoughts on “Sunday Stills: Watery Ghent”

  1. This is really a great article and a great read for me. It’s my first visit to your blog and I have found it so useful and informative. Thank you

  2. These are beautiful photographs Regina, I grew up having a list of places I wanted to visit as a result of my history classes. Venice is one of the places I would have wanted to visit.
    Just looking at your photographs made revive my wish although chances of doing that as slipping away. Thank you perhaps this as near ad I can ever get to Venice.
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