Brussels, at night, from roofs

Written by BrusselsLife Team - 16 Dec 2009, 00:00 (Updated: 29 Jan 2016, 15:21)
Brussels, at night, from  roofs
For three years, Christopher Licoppe, a young photographer from Brussels, was legally surveyed the tops of the tallest buildings in the city in search of exceptional photographs.

The roof of the Cathedral of St-Michel, the Palace of Justice, the Basilica of Koekelberg, Palais des Beaux-arts de la Tour du Midi, etc ... still remember it! A project to achieve long as they do not ride that wants the heights of buildings in the city! Always taken "between dog and wolf" so that the sky is as beautiful as possible, photographs of the young talent we discover the capital under a new angle. Shows a work that deserves a visit, containing not only its aesthetic qualities, it makes us see Brussels differently, with fresh eyes, amazed even. Beyond the technical achievement that represents this project, the fact that for the first time the subject has been treated almost complete is also the main interest of this book. Both amateur pictures of Brussels lovers will appreciate the work of this young and talented photographer. Brussels, sublimated, seems straight out of a fairy tale!

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