Last Saturday in a sunny afternoon with a couple of friends we walked around the city with the OccupyBrussels movement. I had my Carena with an expired Agfacolor film. Here are the most interesting captures from the day. See the slideshow below.
This is what is left over of the OccupyBrussels movement, two days after more than 6000 people marched in the Belgian capital to demand political and economic change.
But unlike the protest on Wall Street and also unlike those in some other European cities such as Amsterdam, the Brussels protest appears to have a tough time to become permanent.
On Saturday, police blocked the protesters from gaining access to the European quarter, keeping the OccupyBrussels movement from planting its tents on the doorsteps of the EU institutions.
The October 15 protest in Brussels took place in positive mood, with no violence like in Rome.
The Spanish protesters who were among the first to start demonstrating in recent weeks are likely to return to Spain in the coming days and weeks, but OccupyBrussels organizers in in Brussels have already called a new protest for the end of this month.
Process&Scan by Technophoto
October 2011 Brussels