It was a magnificent day today, the first day of summer as it were, and I couldn't resist the call of the Ardennes.
This is Belgium's main highway south, or rather southeast. The E411. Pic taken not far from the Wanlin service station. The E411 goes straight to Luxembourg. Both the Belgian province of Luxembourg and the Grand Duchy of the same name, which is an independent state. Very small - only 2,500 plus sq. kloms or something, give and take 1,000 sq. miles. Pop. 500,000 plus. Small as it is, there's no denying it has an own peculiar identity.
The countryside around the village of Halma, near Wellin.
The viewpoint of Naglémont (point de vue de Naglémont). The river below is the Semois, Belgium's southernmost river. Around twenty kloms hence or so it enters France, where it is called Semoy. The hamlet below is Mouzaive. The village farther away is Alle-sur-Semois.