This photograph is part of the project 'Vive le vélo'. A self-portrait in my own country. I had the idea to drive my own TransBelgium. An adventure including a bicycle, a camera and a lot of inquisitiveness to find the fundamentals of Belgicism colliding with the eye of a Belgian dirtbag photographing bikepacker. I rode my bike, during some dark days in Belgium. During these days my country was in crisis and mourning due to cowardly terrorist actions by Daesh. I drove my bicycle from the most eastern boarderstone of Belgium to the most western boarderstone.
'Vive le vélo: Mother tree', by the photographer Brian Decrop, was captured in Belgium. It’s part of the following art editions:
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By the way: Brian Decrop donates 10% of the proceeds to our reforestation project in Ethiopia, where we hope to have planted 500,000 trees by the end of 2023.