Inside one of Québec’s sugar shacks.
It’s that time of year again in Québec – sugaring season! The nights are still freezing cold, but the days are warming up, little by little.
The Belgian coastline may not be the most picturesque in Europe. The wet, gray skies, the constant wind and the blockhouse-like condominiums do not always put one in the mood for a beach holiday. However, in Oostduinkerke, if one turns facing the sea, one can almost forget all of that and imagine oneself in another era. Here in this tiny Flemish town, fishermen continue the traditional method of fishing for shrimp on horseback. It is the only remaining place in the world where this is still practiced.
Weekends, the windmill in the village of Moulbaix swarms with visitors.