Bruges, Belgium – Forgotten Postcard

Bruges, Belgium - Forgotten Postcard Digital Art Photography Collage

This Forgotten Postcard from Bruges, Belgium is actually several months old. I completed it just before the June Accessible Art Fair. In the hustle before the show I forgot to post it; so here it is.

Bruges (Brugge in Dutch) is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a very popular tourist destination here in Belgium. It is the capital of West Flanders and is known for its picturesque canals.

In this Forgotten Postcard you can see a typical Bruges canal from the Rozenhoedkaai with the Belfry that sits in the Market square in the background.

If you enjoy these works of digital art, check out the rest of the Forgotten Postcards series.

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7 Responses to “Bruges, Belgium – Forgotten Postcard”

  1. Melissa says:

    Some of the used effects are quiet interesting:-) Atomium,Brussels is my favourite 😉

  2. Julie says:

    The first one is amazing. Outstanding effect. Thanks for sharing it:)

  3. Pete says:

    I like very much that grungy effect. Great job!

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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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