Surviving the Flickr fiasco
(A palace built in the style of old German architecture, with a central clock tower, appears to emerge from among the pine and fir trees behind it, on the background of not-so-distant mountains.)
Castelul Peleş, Sinaia, as seen across the front lawn at the top of the road leading to it from the town below, like a jewel completing the natural beauty.
(Photo of a pond almost completely covered in flowering water lilies that raise well above the water.)
Why does old architecture often feel so cozy and charmingly messy?
The beach in Eforie Sud, July 2019, seen from the south end of the developed portion.
Me and mom on the beach in Eforie Sud, July 2019. It was windy, yet the water was so warm.
(Photo of a distant industrial building across a lake, under heavy clouds. In the foreground, people are fishing near a row of small piers.)
One of my favorite vistas from Lacul Tei, Bucharest, now in a different light.
(Photo of a waist-high tree stump, leaning sideways, like the younger tree nearby. A paved alley veers right near them.)
(Photo of decorative flower beds in front of a lawn peppered with trees. Apartment buildings loom in the background.)