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Unique Views Of Brussels: Photography Off The Beaten Track
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Unique Views Of Brussels: Photography Off The Beaten Track

Picture of Stephanie Benoit
Updated: 24 April 2017
Although Sebastien Nagy has always been interested in photography, it is only last year that he really began pursuing this passion. He describes his work as urban poetry in the form of images that are sometimes dramatic and sometimes magical. Roofs, underground spaces and abandoned places are the playgrounds of this photographer. Urban exploration through photography has a large following in many major cities, but not in Brussels, according to Nagy. He aims to prove that his hometown should not be underrated as it is lined with hidden treasures. It is this motivation that continues to lead Sebastien Nagy on the trail of an extraordinary Belgium.

Sunset over the roofs in the Northern Quarter of Brussels

 

One of many exceptionally beautiful spiral staircases in Ixelles

 

Defying gravity on Place de Brouckère

 

The man on the moon, otherwise known as the Atomium

 

A modern take on Brussels’ most famous monument

 

The Palais de Justice shrouded by winter fog during sunset

 

The park of the Cinquantenaire at twilight

 

A curious resident of the Marolles

 

When nature takes its course; the Basilica flanked by two rain clouds

 

Our very own Belgian Manhattan

 

Rays of light encountered during a inspiring urban exploration

 

For more from Sébastien Nagy, follow him on Facebook and Instagram.

By Stephanie Benoit and Naomi Clear-Vekinis