Painted apples and pears on a kiosk in Carol Park (Parcul Carol).
It seems like blue is the new color in trend for this season. Enjoy it! And find some inspiration from Street Delivery pictures.
Night view of working chimneys at CET Grozavesti assuring that people living in Bucharest will have hot water. You can find the rest of the entries for 1 July 2012 theme day here. Hopefully the site will be back soon as in this morning shows an unfriendly error.
Different types of wood windows from Bucharest Village Museum (Muzeul Satului Bucuresti). In the last picture is a door, integrating so well with the first ones.
Less than 40 kilometers away from Bucharest you can find Snagov Lake (Lacul Snagov), a perfect green place for an weekend afternoon. The forests are close as well as restaurants. Enjoy!
Biking on the water? Yes, it’s possible. The pictures are from Drumul Taberei Park (Parcul Drumul Taberei) also know as Moghioros Park (Parcul Moghioros). Clear water 🙂
A few typical views for Bucharest, from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) looking North and North-West to Free Press House (Casa Presei Libere) and City Gate towers. The last picture is from 2007, when City Gate was still in the initial phase of the project.
Wide postcard view from Izvor Park (Parcul Izvor) from Bucharest, looking to south.
The new boat from Herastrau Lake (Lacul Herastrau) called “Bucur” and ready to enjoy the tourists or anyone wanting see the lake this year.
Another painting from the temporary exposition at Mogosoaia Palace (Palatul Mogosoaia), this time an almost hand made pattern with blue and gold colors.