The Baraque Michel is with its 674m altitude the second highest place in Belgium. Not very high you will tell me but you have to know that Belgium is not well known for its mountainranges. The name Baraque Michel should have as origin "the house of Michel" as a certain Michel-Henri Schmitz founded an inn on this place. The inn I didn't visit since it has been very modernised but the nature here, called The High Fens, is still very big and untouched and has been declared a natural reserve in 1957.
I was quite lucky as this morning the fog was still present, creating a more atmospheric mood.
All the pictures have been taken with the Fuji X-E1 and either the 18-55mm or the 35mm. The 35mm has been used to take the images with the Brenizer technique, a technique I love to make details come out.
Anyhow, now on to the pictures...