Manneken Pis, Brussels – Forgotten Postcard

Manneken Pis, Brussels – Forgotten PostcardManneken Pis, that little statue of a peeing boy, is an odd but iconic symbol of Brussels, Belgium. Tucked in a corner near Grand Place, Manneken Pis is often surrounded by flocks of tourits who come to see his many costumes. When I took this photo, he wasn’t sporting any special clothes, but he was adorned with colourful flowers.

If you like this image, check out the rest of my Forgotten Postcards Series.

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3 Responses to “Manneken Pis, Brussels – Forgotten Postcard”

  1. Frida says:

    I like the chosen processing here.

  2. BoB says:

    Creative work.

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Alison Cornford-Matheson is a Canadian photographer living and working in Brussels, Belgium. She specialises in garden and travel lifestyle stock photography. In addition, she is a Photoshop professional and produces digital artwork as fine art prints. Alison is available for assignment work and commissions on request.

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