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- Pets & "identified flying objects"
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- Some good advice
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- Valentine's day & suchlike
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Really interesting language. Similar to other roman languages and yet so different.
Oh yes. Did you know that Romanian is the only latin language in the Eastern European block? Most of the other Eastern Europeans speak Slavic languages.
So that’s why we are so close to Italiens or French … 🙂
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Amazing! I love Bucharest:)
So these are real, side-by-side residences? They aren’t Photoshopped?
That’s pretty cool. Keeps everything from looking the same. I imagine after all the years of Communist “everything looks the same”, being able to paint your house pink or gold must be a grand feeling!
Love this series of shots!
Thanks John, you are one of my most attentive followers, so I do thank you! First of all, I never use photoshop. And yes, Bucharest it’s a very surprising city and as mall the people say, very contrastant. Communism left its scars everywhere, especially in people.It is not very long we are “free”, that makes that we want everything fast, now. We are on “fast forward”. 🙂
Many people copy the West, most in a wrong way maybe. I would say that it looks like some Romanian lack that “time” when things and education can produce an effect. My English is not so good, I do hope you understood what I wanted to say.
Thank you for your thoughtful reply … your English is just fine. I understand what you are trying to say.
And, your pictures speak very clearly as well … you convey your thoughts with your photos. It’s very clear that you love your city, and that you appreciate its old and new beauty.
And… we Americans want everything fast and now too. 🙂 We seem to have more than most, yet we always want ‘more’ and ‘more’.