I love the camera on the iPhone! It’s just so much better than the one on my iPod Touch and the photos I take turn out awesome. Since I’ve gotten it, I’ve barely touched my DSLR; it just doesn’t feel like I get that much extra in lugging around a heavy camera.
So when I went to Antwerpen for a very quick less-than-48-hour visit last week, I only bought my phone along with me. I didn’t have that much time to do a lot of sightseeing, but managed to wander around the historical center for a few hours and snap some pretty shots.
City Hall and the Brabo statue:
For lunch we had a lovely boeren omelet (farmer’s omelette) at a small cafe called De Zon (The Sun, which was a bit ironic seeing how bad grey the weather was). It was filled with lots of bacon and veggies, although I wasn’t much of a fan of the brussel sprouts:
Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal (Cathedral of Our Lady):
Boerentoren, one of the first skyscrapers in Europe:
Champagne Bar in a champagne glass:
Cristiano posing in front of fountain:
Names scraped into the side of an old bridge: