Rue de Rollebeek, Sablon, Brussels – Forgotten Postcard

Rue de Rollebeek, Sablon, Brussels - Forgotten Postcard

Although I’ve been very busy lately, updating the new stock and art print galleries, I have still been creating some new work. Today’s Forgotten Postcard is from here in Brussels. This pedestrian street, Rue de Rollebeek, runs from Grand Sablon to Rue Haute in the Marolles and is lined with restaurants. Although the details are decidedly modern, the hussle and bustle of this lively neighborhood, hearkens back to when Pieter Bruegel the Elder strolled these streets that date from the Middle Ages.

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5 Responses to “Rue de Rollebeek, Sablon, Brussels – Forgotten Postcard”

  1. Andrew says:

    Another fabulous piece in the series! I love how it almost looks as if it were painted!

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  3. Claudia says:

    This is one of my favorite spots in Brussels. The way you made this photo is amazing!
    I really like the whole Forgotten Postcards series, beautiful and original concept.

    PS: I know about your site from Mirka, we work together.

    • Alison says:

      Thank you so much Claudia! I’m glad you like it. It’s one of my favourite places too… so many great restaurants 🙂

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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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