2016 is a year not to be forgotten. It had ups, downs, downs. Spring time was disastrous. March 22 was so sad for us in Brussels. Summer time was the recovery. Green will be our path in 2017. Remembering our roadtrip in Bourgogne. Nothing will go wrong if you find the delicate balance of nature.
We said good bye to Copenhagen. It was 4 nice days.
The Photographer: Into War-torn Afghanistan with Doctors Without Borders is a nonfiction graphic novel by Emmanuel Guibert, Didier Lefèvre, and Frederic Lemercier. The Photographer tells the true story of Didier Lefèvre, a French photojournalist, who accompanied a Médecins Sans Frontières mission during the height of the Soviet war in Afghanistan in 1986. The book interweaves Lefèvre’s black-and-white photographs and Guibert’s illustrations — combined with captions and word balloons — to create the narrative.
I say no meat for 2017!
Night time in Copenhagen.
We are in Copenhagen for few days. When the sun is there it’s lovely bright winter day. It quickly changes with the rain though.
Kids should not have any guns or bullets.
Drunk signs of Brussels streets. In the mood of winter.
Christmas will bring hope.
The true hope that Christmas brings, Pope Francis said, is nothing less than “eternal life.”
Numbers tell stories. A quick doodle bring me two headlines from 2016: