Photographer's Note

The small square named St.-Veerleplein in Gent, Belgium, seen from the terrace of the Gravensteen castle, located in the very centre of the city. Because it is located in front of the Count's castle, the square has been used for executions; this place is now commemorated by the column. The shadows on the right come from the Wenemaershospitaal, a hospice with a Renaissance facade dating from 1564.

The unrealistic exposure settings come from the high ISO level of 400 that I forgot to switch off after photographing inside the castle; this has also produced the noise, but I must say I even like it in the context of the picture.

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