Reading-between-the-lines-church – revisited

On special request of my mum I revisited the Reading-between-the-lines-church in Borgloon, Belgium. The instruction was “I like the architecture, the lines, but need an orange tone for the art work I want in my dining room”. So off I went… I found a better place to park now by first looking at Google Earth before I got into my car. Much better.

borgloon belgium seethrough church map

How to find it…

I was not the only one… another photographer was taking advantage of the warm light of the sunset to snap some good shots. He was into urbex… a word I didn’t know. I know it now… urban exploration… “exploration of man-made structures, usually abandoned ruins or not usually seen components of the man-made environment” according to Wikipedia. Guess this construction also fits in it.

Borgloon Belgium reading between the lines church

Inside looking up

As I learned during my visit to the Lower Antelope Canyon, I manipulated the white-balance into “shadow” and an orange tone. Yep, that’s what I wanted and more importantly what mum wanted.

I want to come back… when it snows. A to do for this winter, if we’re lucky that it will snow…

…And in the morning to get a colored church.






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