Brussels with the Fuji X100T | William Lonsdale

Regular visitors to my blog will be aware this post was on its way (not to mention well overdue), to be honest it had slipped my mind, but recent events in the beautiful city of Brussels gave me a much needed kick in the rear. It follows on from my similarly themed blog posts ‚Staithes with the Fuji X100T‘ and ‚Paris with the Fuji X100T‘. The primary intention is to illustrate you can get great images without a professional body or even a DSLR camera. Brussels is an awesome city with a wealth of attractions to keep you busy, whilst there we visited a lot of attractions, such as ‚The Belgian Chocolate Village‘, just one of the many chocolate tours available (Yes, there were FREE samples). Also, we checked out the Manneken Pis (little peeing man), which was incredibly busy and he really was ‚little‘. Strolling through the streets of Brussels, you can’t help but marvel at the intricate architecture, especially in ‚The Grand Place‘ (the central square of brussels)……..