The dawn

It's not often I wake up early enough to see the dawn. I usually work late into the night, because I find that's when I can gather my thoughts and be at my most productive -- when I'm alone, the noises of the day have subsided and the only sounds I hear are the reassuring … Continue reading The dawn

Vistas from the Southern Carpathians, courtesy of the Transfagarasan

Somewhere near the Four Springs there's a dirt road that branches off the Transfagarasan and goes off into the mountains. It's used mainly by trekkers and shepherds with their flocks. Not many dare drive on it, because large boulders pop up here and there from the uneven ground, making it easy for the unexperienced driver … Continue reading Vistas from the Southern Carpathians, courtesy of the Transfagarasan

Slopes and peaks from the Southern Carpathian Mountains

There's a majestic beauty in these mountains that's much more appreciated if you walk on them, rather than drive through on the Transfagarasan or the Transalpina. Their scale is easily underestimated from the car, until you step outside and size yourself next to a peak that seemed small just a minute ago, or you start … Continue reading Slopes and peaks from the Southern Carpathian Mountains

Time-lapse videos from Lake Vidraru

We recently visited Lake Vidraru, located in Romania's Carpathian Mountains, alongside the famed Transfagarasan Road. We hiked, drove off-road, went boating, visited nearby landmarks, so look for more photos in future posts, but in this post, I want to show you two time-lapse videos that I made using photographs taken during the trip. These are … Continue reading Time-lapse videos from Lake Vidraru