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Old walls, old wires

Why does old architecture often feel so cozy and charmingly messy?

by Felix

Distant beach

The beach in Eforie Sud, July 2019, seen from the south end of the developed portion.

by Felix

Clouds over water

(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.

by Felix

Urban development

(Photo of a gazebo in a verdant park, on the background of office towers across a lake.)

The new section of Parcul Tei, Bucharest, open at last. Surprisingly, it was worth the wait.

by Felix

Spring at the circus

(Photo of a round building with wavy rooftop surrounded by verdant trees, bushes and flowers.)

by Felix

Circling gulls

(Photo of gulls circling low above a pond in a park, bordered by dried reeds and trees. In the background, Brutalist apartment buildings shine white in the sun, reflecting in the water.)

by Felix

Circus in winter

(A circular building with wavy roof, behind snow-covered fir trees.)

Circul de Stat, a little-known landmark of Bucharest, that deserves better.

by Felix