An exhibition of Ligia’s traditional Romanian costumes

Today is the International Day of the Romanian Blouse, and it is also the first day of an exhibition of a part of Ligia's collection of traditional, authentic Romanian costumes (blouses, skirts and more). About twenty costumes are currently on display at the Museum of Natural Gas in Medias and can be seen there during … Continue reading An exhibition of Ligia’s traditional Romanian costumes

On the evening of the summer solstice

It was the summer solstice a couple of days ago. On that longest day of the year, I thought it might be interesting to take photographs in our garden, just as the day drew to a close. I was especially interested in capturing the evening primroses, because we have so many of them this year, … Continue reading On the evening of the summer solstice

An interview about entrepreneurship and more

Florin Rosoga Podcast

I was recently interviewed by Florin Roșoga, an entrepreneur from Cluj-Napoca (one of the cities near and dear to my heart) on the topic of, well, me... The discussion centered around entrepreneurship, work ethic and money. I tried to be as frank and direct as possible. The interview is in Romanian, it's in podcast format … Continue reading An interview about entrepreneurship and more

Late spring in our garden

Summer doesn't officially start until the solstice on June 21, so even though it feels very much like summer outside, we can still call it spring. Here is a gallery of photographs taken recently in our garden (on the 9th) with my PEN E-P2 and the 12-50mm lens, which does double duty as a macro … Continue reading Late spring in our garden

A foggy autumn morning

One foggy autumn morning, I took some photographs... and here they are 😁. I love fog almost as much as I love thick snowfall, and for the same reasons: the air of mystery, the white shroud enveloping everything, the quiet, the timeless quality and mood... oh, I could go on and on... This particular morning, … Continue reading A foggy autumn morning

A follow-up to my review of Google’s Backup and Sync

I reviewed Google's Backup and Sync service back in December. There were several issues with the service that I outlined in there, such as the app backing up files that it was not supposed to back up, the service counting files toward the quota even though it was supposed to compress them and allow unlimited … Continue reading A follow-up to my review of Google’s Backup and Sync