Do you like Belgium beers?
In Brussels center, there are so many cafés, drinking in Belgium is not too expensive (2-2.5€ for draft beer, you can’t beat this price, can’t you?), so many tourists love visiting Brussels and other Belgium cities. ^^
Sometimes smaller bars can get crowded, there was one bar called Bizon, with a Bizon head inside, you must know it if you’ve been to Brussels, such a lovely chill place. But it was too full so we didn’t go inside, no photos from there then.
Found a random café instead called timeout, not bad and I love their menu, so cute.
Everyone loves Delirium (the bear, the elephant and the bar). Normally ends the night there if not in Fuse.
And you have to take chance of the empty Grand Place at this hour. But find someone who can take better picture at low light condition!
Halles Saint-Géry is a popular venue for friends to hang out both during the day and at night.
During the day, you see the Brusselois come here drink a coffee and do some reading. Sometimes local artists are hosting exhibitions in the hall. Every first Sunday of the week there’s a huge vintage market happening as well. At night it’s cool to grab a drink or two.
Good atmosphere and good music, I love its architecture as well.
Haven’t had Long Island Ice Tea for ages. I remember when I went out back home, me and friends used to love drinking those. That was such a long time ago.
Anyway, if you ever come to Brussels, do check it out. It’s open day and night.
Lately I saw so many animated photos, they look so cool with water and sky moving.
Today I downloaded the app and finally tested it out. The above picture is how the result looks like.
How I did it? Tutorial here!
I’m using Pixaloop, the free version seems enough. I’m sure you can find many different apps.
The shape of the waterfall is kinda complicated, so it takes time to make it animated, let’s start with simpler photos!
Original photo ^
Put some anchor around the area you don’t want it to move. And add path to the area you want it to move!
I made some more pictures below, I was a bit bored I guess.
And with the waterfall I added so many anchors and paths.
Yes that’s how bored I was lol!
So if you are also interested to create motion stills, try it out!
Here some some photos of Les Nounours des Gobelins. You find 50 huge teddy bears in a small area near the metro Gobellins in Paris city. It’s easy to spot them! Like I mentioned in my last vlog already!
A book shop owner guy somehow got so many teddy bears, and decided to display them in the shops, streets and café’s in Gobellins, to make people happy in the cold winter.
They actually become super popular, check out #lesnounoursdesgobelins on Instagram!
Bear market? Hug bears!!
They will be there until The Galette des Rois celebration on 6th Jan, 2019.