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Ellowyne Wilde in Belgium

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Ellowyne in Bruges (July 2008).

Ana Mari ("Save Me") is wearing "Sous les érables", an outfit made by Magalie Dawson (MDH designs).

As everybody know, Ellowyne loves laces and Bruges is the country of laces.

Bruges is also very well known for its canals.

Ana Mari poses with toys.

Canals in Bruges are wonderful.

A stroll in Bruges.

A canal again.

At the restaurant.

A walk through the city.

Belgian chocolate is also very famous.

Another vue of the canals.

And another one.

Ana Mari was so happy to visit this beautiful city.

The canals again.

Houses reflections.

The evening in Bruges.

Another nice vue in the evening.

Ellowyne in Oostduinkerke (July 2008).

At the beach.

A stroll along the beach.

Enjoing the sun. Ellowyne is wearing a bikini I made for her.

A cloudy day. Ana Mari is wearing "Holiday in Oostduinkerke", an outfit I made following Magalie Dawson's pattern "Fin de semaine".

Sunset in Oostduinkerke. As Belgium is the country of Tintin, Ana Mari wanted a T-shirt with him and his little dog, Milou. I made it painting them.

Ana Mari seated on the sand of the dunes.

Ana Mari, close up.

Ellowyne in Ostende (July 2008).

In the harbour.

Enjoying the boats.

Visiting a sailing.

Ellowyne in De Panne (July 2008).

Walking through the dunes.

Fascinating dunes.

Ellowyne in Ghent (July 2008).

At the Textile Museum.

A stroll in Ghent.

There are also beautiful canals there.

Ana Mari is wearing a jacket and a hat I made following Magalie Dawson's pattern "Robe nuage". The dress is the one of "Sous les érables" of the same designer.

Beautiful view of the canals.

The canals again.

Ellowyne in Brussels (July 2008).

At "La Grande Place". Ana Mari is wearing "Laces of Bruges", an outift I made for her.

"La Grande Place" again.

Visiting the Tintin Museum.

More chocolate.

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