Michiel Pieters | Belgium
Outdoor photographer based in Belgium. ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org
michielpieters First light over the valley.
michielpieters Hallstatt, your average Austrian mountain town.
michielpieters You haven't failed until you quit trying.
michielpieters I wish all of you the best for 2018. Hope you'll be able to travel a lot, stay healthy and have a lot of fun in the upcoming year. Any trips planned already?
michielpieters Hidden gems near Moraine Lake.
michielpieters Merry X-mas everyone. 🎅 hope you'll have a better one as i am having, as I'm currently laying sick in bed. Anyway enjoy the holidays!
michielpieters One of my favorite 'close-to-home' places to go is Monschau. I can recommend everyone visiting Belgium or Germany, to explore this small town for a morning, or even a whole day. The place dates back from the 12th century and the old houses just breathe history. I guess you can see why i like to roam around here so much.
michielpieters The grass covered rooftops from the Faroe Islands. Definitely a place i need to visit again next year (let's get the squad back together?). Do you guys have any destinations you really want to see for 2018?
michielpieters Dreams don't work unless you do.
michielpieters The bidge you cross when you enter Rivendell and get greeted by some Elves. Anyone else on here who is a huge fan of the Lord of the Rings? I remember reading all the books back when i was a kid, good times.
michielpieters Moo-dy mornings with the cows 🐂
michielpieters Staring competition with a local at Glen Etive. It's safe to say i won.
michielpieters Sometimes everything just lines up.
michielpieters There's a good reason why the Swiss mountains are probably my favorite place in Europe. There's so much more to see and do there. Although winter hasn't started yet, I'm already looking forward to long summer evenings spent exploring places like these. (Btw can you spot the family of Ibexes that lives on the ridge? 🐐)
michielpieters I remember that night as being one for the books. My buddy @jtrickey told me to keep an eye out for the Northern Lights, and as soon as i saw a hint of green outside my bedroom window, i dragged my girlfriend out of the shower and we jumped in the car. I'd been standing at this spot for over an hour, catching photos with a vague green in the sky, nothing great. Just when i decided to leave and put my camera in my bag, the sky turned completely green and the Aurora danced for us like I've never seen it before. Such an incredible show, an experience I'll never forget. I wish everyone could see it like this at least once in their life.