A little bit of geometry with stairs and young bikers, in Bucharest, of course 🙂
Postcards from Carol Park (Parcul Carol) on a gray Sunday afternoon.
Vlad Tepes statue in front of the entry to Curtea Veche complex in Bucharest.
Temporary exhibition at Curtea Veche Bucuresti, with everything in the gray tones.
A creative idea of how to make a dress from recycled newspapers. I don’t know if it is actually wearable or in line with the fashion trends for this season, but for sure is an interesting window display.
Tete a Tete Library (Tete a Tete Library) from Herastrau Park (Parcul Herastrau) – A good place for a lazy afternoon, with trees and fresh air all over the place. I like their painted wall close to the entry and the old bike, almost lost there but so well fitting the frame.
Beautiful decoration from a building on Victoriei Avenue (Calea Victoriei).
The entry to one of the oldest churches in Bucharest, at Stavropoleos Monastery (Manastirea Stavropoleos). Definitely a ‘must see’ for anybody visiting Bucharest. More information on the history of the place as well as inside pictures can be found here.
A beautiful statue from Cismigiu Garden (Gradina Cismigiu), under the “Spring or Sissi” name (“Izvorul lui Sissi”).
And a second view with Hilton Athenee Palace Hotel in Bucharest, from a different angle, from a different light.