Oostende to Middelkerke

Spent some days by the Belgian Coast last week and had the opportunity to capture the essence of this visually stunning strip of land that is steeped in history. It isn't exactly beach season yet (June to September), so it made for the perfect setting to grab some shots without the crowds. 

Check them out and let me know which one's your fav in the comments section below!

German built WW2 Bunker

German built WW2 Bunker

On the Belgian coast near Oostende, there lies a series of World War 2 relics in Raversyde called “Atlantikwall”, created by the Germans to prevent coastal invasion by the Allies. This is one of the artillery positions, amongst bunkers and observation posts.

On the Belgian coast near Oostende, there lies a series of World War 2 relics in Raversyde called “Atlantikwall”, created by the Germans to prevent coastal invasion by the Allies. This is one of the artillery positions, amongst bunkers and observation posts.

Oostende Bad (Bath)

Oostende Bad (Bath)

Koning Boudewijnpromenade, Oostende.

Koning Boudewijnpromenade, Oostende.

Brasserie Albert

Brasserie Albert

The Promenade, reversed view

The Promenade, reversed view

Apartment near Oostende

Apartment near Oostende

Solo runner

Solo runner

Vanishing Tram Lines

Vanishing Tram Lines

The walk from Oostende to Middelkerke

The walk from Oostende to Middelkerke

Sundown

Sundown