As I mentioned in my previous post I am currently in Romania enjoying a short break and visiting some places I haven’t seen in a long time. One of these places is Timisoara, a city in the West part of the country which has been one of my favourite spots for a long time.
I had a chance to walk around the city for a while and take a few photographs, particularly in the newly restored Unirii Square. The square is surrounded by a couple of beautiful buildings and one of these buildings is the Baroque Palace which houses the Art Museum. As you can probably guess from looking at the image, I took this with my 24mm tilt-shift and although I have a version of this without the person in the right corner, I really felt this was a better version as it ads a bit of scale to the building.
On a completely different note, I just wanted to remind you about my upcoming workshop in August in Madagascar, which now has 5 people signed up already which means it’s confirmed. There are still a few places left and if you’re interested you can read more about it here.
As the year is coming to an end, the planning for next year is in full swing and it looks like it will be a busy one. There will be a lot of traveling to some new places, with quite a few more photography tours and adventures being confirmed. As you can imagine, organizing a photography tour...
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