I managed to make it out to Vama Veche again this year but this time I made a real effort to shoot on the beach! Because there are so many people around and no way to sneak off to more remote private areas I decided to shoot with the phone but also had Atti along for some beautiful shots with the Nikon. I’m happy with the photos and to make this set more interesting I decided to intermingle the two sets so that you get the best of both worlds! I think this set is really cool because it shows how different certain lighting, angles and quality can make a photo look. Hope you enjoy this beautiful sunrise set shot on the shores of the black sea!
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Budapest was even better than the last time I was there in 2009. Atti and I were shocked by how much it had progressed over the past few years since we’d been there. Though we really enjoyed it a lot when we were there in 2007 and also 2009 there was a new vibe about it this time around. Lots of new bistros and places to relax and enjoy the city, of course Atti speaking Hungarian always helps people feel more comfortable and familiar as well. It baffles me that over the last decade it has changed so much while Romania still seems to be in a bit of a slump, granted things have also progressed since I first arrived in Romania, they still seem to be at a snail’s pace compared to the surrounding countries. Romania surely has it’s character and charm but I’d love to see some hummus bars and bagel shops here too!
We arrived by midnight after our late flight into Hungary and really only had June 1st and 2nd to spend there. We were lucky that the guy renting us the apartment was a pretty cool guy and didn’t seem too put off by our appearance, which I am sure was a pretty ghastly sight after all the travelling.
We had booked out a two bedroom apartment; originally for the other couple we were supposed to take the trip with, instead a couple driving from Germany to Romania (for the Cluj Tattoo Convention) stop off and joined us, which turned out to be a lot of fun. They ended up buying the other couple’s Black Sabbath tickets and taking their spot in the extra room. This also meant we had a ride back into Romania from Budapest after the show.
A really nice surprise during our trip was also meeting up with an old pal of ours, Roland! It was really nice catching up and quite pleasant to find Marxim Bar was still there after all this time. It seemed like a great place to meet and rekindle old fun memories.
After our meeting with Roland we headed to see Black Sabbath live! Ozzy is still an amazing entertainer and I have great respect for the fact that he is still putting shows on. This was one I couldn’t miss and was such a treat to see live. Some memories will never die!