|In my previous post I wrote about the European Seeds for the Future event. Well… I forgot to mention that there was also a friendly social media competition involved. Each participant could win one of five Huawei P9 smartphones by reporting about the event. Of course you can already guess that 2017 started well for me, when I found out I was one of the lucky few.
If there’s one thing you need to remember about the phone, it’s it capability to take brilliant high-quality pictures because of it’s two light sensors. The second light sensor was introduced during the collaboration with Leica, the popular German manufacturer of analog cameras. The advantages of this extra sensor mainly are very detailed features in the pictures and introducing more depth in the image allowing many possibilities for post editing. To keep it short: this smartphone will be a nice addition to provide images on this blog.
I got my new phone on Friday and I was very fortunate because Saturday was the first day of the Chinese Year of the Rooster. Chinse New Year typically means a happy celebration with family and good food! Even in Belgium, this is a feast for everyone and a Chinse New Year parade takes place in Brussels. I went to visit one of my university friends ~ Sara ~ and we went to see the parade together. I took lots of pictures from the dancing groups in the parade and the result is really good, almost no blurry movements! There were so many people watching the event, but we managed to get a good spot anyhow. In the evening we concluded or afternoon of strolling with a delicious Thai dinner at Lotus Vert.