Seen from the train from Bucharest to Brasov,
MuseumsQuartier, Vienna, Austria, September 2016
Snapshots I took in Cheile Grădiștei, Romania. This small resort was, along with other towns, the organizer of the Youth Winter Olympic Games (I guess that what they’re called) back a few years ago.
Mood pictures from around..
Photos that are just mood shots.
In April 2015, there was a tour of Bucharest going on outside the bloc in which I lived. I took a look outside. Right as I was looking at the group, the man leading the group said “and here, you can see a communist bloc.”
At that point, everybody turned and looked at the building, and more specifically at me, as I was in the window. Right then, I snapped a picture of the group with my tablet.
Here it is.
I did not know I lived in a communist landmark. It’s interesting how marketing works and how you can turn a regular building into a touristic sight.
I usually don’t enjoy photographs that have a before story (and mostly and after one too), because I think the photograph itself should tell the story, but I think in this case, it does work.
Taken in Râșnov, Romania, January 2014
Brașov, January 2013
LeBeau in HDR, funny post cards and vintage style pictures.
With the end of the second semester of the first year of my master degree I think I can say that I’ve learned a lot. I took this picture back in January when I titled it “new discoveries’. There are so many things to learn out there and you know how it is: “the more I learn, the more I realize what I don’t know”.
Sometimes, learning can be hard, sometimes it is fun and sometimes the teacher can make it or break it.
I love to learn and not to learn by heart. I love to teach and to pass on all types of knowledge.
Mănăstirea Stavropoleos este un loc foarte interesant din Bucureşti. Biserica mănăstirii a fost construită în 1724 şi este singura construcţie dinn ansambulul mănăstiresc iniţial. Biserica este construită în stil brâncovenesc şi şi-a luat numele de Stavropoleos în urma unei prelucrări a cuvântului grecesc “Stauropolis”, care înseamnă “Oraşul Crucii”. Ce este ineresant la această mnăstire este că se află chiar în centrul Bucureştiului.
Împrejurimile sunt în general atipice pentru o mănăstire, lucru care o face într-un fel misterioasă şi fascinantă.
Aici sunt câteva poze pe care le-am făcut când am fost acolo.