Ghent, Belgium – Forgotten Postcard

Ghent, Belgium - Forgotten Postcard Digital Art Photography Collage

The historic waterfront of Ghent, Belgium is one of Flanders’ loveliest waterways. This street, known as De Graslei, borders the Leie River and is a popular spot on a sunny day. The gabled guildhalls seen here portray a typical Flemish style of architecture.  The symmetrical nature of these beautiful buildings inspired this latest work of digital art.

For many more iconic scenes of Belgium and elsewhere, don’t forget to check out the rest of my Forgotten Postcards Series.

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7 Responses to “Ghent, Belgium – Forgotten Postcard”

  1. Andrew says:

    Beautiful! I love the fact that you found some hand writing that is actually addressed to the librarian at the university 🙂

  2. Alison says:

    Stunning! A beautiful photo of a beautiful architectural style!

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  4. Frida says:

    I love the architecture and such great processing.