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

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

Springtime in our garden

Spring has arrived and that means it's time for my annual gallery of photographs from our garden. This is the sixth edition mind you, so it has become somewhat of a tradition for me. I hope you have a cup of tea or coffee ready -- if you don't, go get one -- because there … Continue reading Springtime in our garden

In the countryside in winter

In the winter of 2010, we drove through the countryside between Luduș and Apahida in Transilvania, in what is known as lake country because of the many natural and man-made lakes in the area. As we traveled through, it began to snow and the drab grey and black landscapes suddenly turned white and beautiful. We … Continue reading In the countryside in winter

The Mihaileni Canyon

There's a small canyon in the countryside between Medias and Sibiu called Canionul Mihăileni. A river split open a hill right down the middle, creating a rift where some fossils were found. The river's no longer around. It's an interesting site and one which we tried to find one day but couldn't, because there are … Continue reading The Mihaileni Canyon

Summertime in our garden

I was going through old(er) photos of mine taken in 2009, and I put together a lovely collection of summertime photos from our garden (even if I do say so myself). Look, I know it's not summer now. It's winter (sort of). Each season has its purpose and is beautiful in its own way. Should … Continue reading Summertime in our garden

Winter photos from our garden

It's been a hum-drum winter, I've said it before. It barely snows, and when it does, it melts right away. The temperatures hover between 0-10° Celsius, so it's neither warm nor cold, just kind of annoying. I don't know where the winters of my youth went, but I hope they come back at some point. … Continue reading Winter photos from our garden