Taking a historic tour of the Citadel seemed kind of boring, but sneaking in at night sounded like a lot more fun! Getting into old forts aren't always the easiest, but our guides knew the way; after quite a few beers we ended up on the top of a fortress overlooking the town of Namur. It was an incredibly serene scene as the lights from the town and bridges danced off the slick concrete and the rivers below.
Our entrance was quick and silent; I was met with wide tunnels that seemed to bend and stretch for miles underground. Napoleon called this the "termite nest of Europe," a fitting name indeed. I was a bit numb from the flight, drinks, and being weary but had a good bit of fun light painting the scenes with my flashlight. Our exploring friends walking through the shots made for fun exposures with the different light effects.