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Your Scene: Brussels' Grand-Place square

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May 15, 2011
  • The buildings of the Grand-Place date to the 17th century, and the square is one of Brussels' most popular attractions.
The buildings of the Grand-Place date to the 17th century, and the square… (Jake Bumgardner )

On a trip to Belgium that took him to Liege, Waterloo and the Ardennes, Jake Bumgardner came upon Brussels' Grand-Place one wet evening. "This rainy image is typical of all my rain-soaked photos from this trip," the Chicago resident said. The buildings of the Grand-Place date to the 17th century, and the square is one of Brussels' most popular attractions. Bumgardner used a Panasonic DMC-FH20.

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