Shots 1-64 are the photo report of a day visiting several museums in Brussels, after a train ride from Antwerp.
Our first stop was BOZAR, where we saw Polaroids (often severely out of focus) and intimate graphic arts by Cy Twombly, as well as large art pieces by Per Kirkeby.
At the Royal Fine Arts Museum, we took a walk through the collection, and visited the "Stanley Kubrick - Photographer" show. I was amazed by the quality of his narrative photo work.
Finally on to the "Present!" exhibition by graduates from the Brussels Academy, at two locations near St Catherine Square : "De Markten" and "Elektriciteitscentrale".
I shot these 64 with the LX3 only and have let the art inspire my post-processing, going for a few different looks in "polaroid" and panorama formats. The blur was defocused manually.
In July 2015, I've added 23 shots with LX7 from another visit to Brussels, where we happened to stumble upon a Henri Cartier-Bresson expo in the Jewish Museum, inbetween strolls.