Cover BDW on voting
photographed yesterday in a tea house in Brussels
It was only yesterday that I photographed this very nice guy in a teahouse in the centre of Brussels (Antoine Dansaert street)
He told me they had tried to use their window to show all the election posters of Brussels centre, demonstrating that ‘they’ (the north-africans drinking their tea and playing their games here) don’t make a difference between skin color or political party.
The Brussels weekly used the image for their entire front page, so yes, this is the first time they publish a square image. Normally it’s always horizontal.
Well, I’m curious what the elections will bring for Belgium and Europe. A pity I can’t vote for the Belgian elections, but I sure will support the European elections. Hope you do too.
Here you’ll see some of the pictures I have made on the same subject, the coming elections.
election posters between flowers, plants and cafés
In Sint Pieters Woluwe worden de posters door de gemeente geplakt volgens de regels der kunst. En wanneer posters beschadigd of beklad zijn worden ze meteen vervangen.
Anspachlaan 6. De stemcomputer waar mensen kunnen oefenen met stemmen voor de 25 e mei is nog niet aangezet.
Brussels 17 May 2014. The European institutions organise their open days. The Berlaymont building, HQ of the EC shows a big banner concerning the European elections next week. The Roundpoint Schumann changed for once in a colorfull picknick zone where every country shows their agricultural products and specialities.two girls make a selfy while others eat and taste.
Koning en Koningin kijken toe terwijl de Brusselse bevolking zich buigt over de stemcomputer, waar stemmen geoefend kan worden.
Posters between vegetables
Man wacht op zijn falafel aan de Jacht te Etterbeek, terwijl de politici toe kijken.