“Around the World in Analogue” is your bite-size guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, lomographer Minantiuomo (@isda) recalls a memorable day spent dancing in the rainy streets of Brussels.
I visited Brussels with my boyfriend last year in November. He is half-Belgian and we go there every year to see his sister. The Belgian capital is beautiful—no need of description needed. From the streets to the architecture, it's just perfect. I was so happy to be able to shoot there!
I used a Lomography 800 ISO roll loaded up in my beloved and unbreakable Pentax K1000.
A day in particular, after we went to the supermarket to buy some beers, the rain surprised us. At first, there was no need for an umbrella because it was like a vapor splashed from all the directions. Then, as the entire city emptied its streets, we found ourselves under a rainstorm like I had never seen before. Soaking wet, we ended up dancing in the rain in Place de L’Albertine. Freezing but fun!
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