It’s great to play no matter your age, no matter the place. This is just an orange gray wood boat invaded by plastic frogs….somebody could write a story…somebody could simply play…
A building from last Christmas, under the name of Disney Castle, like a fairy tale land.
Bucharest hosted Cow Parade event in 2005, but six years later is almost impossible to find the painted cows. This orange one represented communication and survived ignored in the parking of Romtelecom building from Victoriei Avenue (Calea Victoriei). You can see the other photos on theme day from City Daily Photo project here.
Night view to Victoriei Square (Piata Victoriei) with some snow traces, from Buzesti Street (Strada Buzesti).
Special gift boxes with Christmas lights around them. They were decorating Orange Concept Store – Muzica Store (Magazinul Muzica) during 2009 winter holidays.
If looking for a tea or a tea pot, a great place to start is Demmers’ Teehaus, full of flavors and new tastes.
One beautiful sunset from last week, offering an orange and low blue sky before the night came.
Anything that could make your kids eat more vegetables seems to be a good idea. Some huge fluffy carrots, broccoli or radishes might help and I’ve found them at Gaudeamus Book Fair (Targul de Carte Gaudeamus) at Romexpo last week.
Mix of yellow and orange maple leaves in Bucharest Botanical Garden (Gradina Botanica Bucuresti). Lovely autumn days.
Strange and interesting orange flower from the newly renovated greenhouses of the Bucharest Botanical Garden (Gradina Botanica).