Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Toys for Children or Adults Street market in Sofia, Bulgaria. My favourite toy.
The symbol of the city, Sveta Sofia – Saint Sophia, stands on a 48 feet high pedestal at a big crossroads in the city centre of Sofia. The 24 feet, copper and bronze statue by the sculptor Georgi Chapkanov, was erected in 2000, and stands in a spot once occupied by a statue of Lenin, […]Read Post ›
Books, books…art and culture. One of the reasons to why I love visiting the eastern countries in Europe is just that. I get my share of childhood joy and my faiblesse for books. Inside, there are more than 8 million books. Just think about all the catalogues there must be…these were only a few. Do […]Read Post ›
We wanted to visit the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, but it was closed and a veritable construction site. I was dying for a nice cup of coffee along with some cultural events…but the building seemed totally abandoned. Nothing wrong with a construction site…if you can find a place like this when you step […]Read Post ›
Bulgaria has always been a country situated between important trade roads and markets. Being in the centre of theBalkan peninsula, it is midway between the Black Sea and the Adriatic Sea, and closest to the Aegean Sea. Conquered by many different peoples, it still, today, has to stay ”in between” and keep up friendly relationships […]Read Post ›
I was invited by Raj (XDrive) to join the Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge. (Thank you, Raj) The Rules are • Seven days. • Seven black and white photos of your life. • No people. • No explanation. • Challenge someone new each day Today I would like to challenge everyone who thinks it would […]Read Post ›
Sofia’s many parks offer beauty and relaxation, but also the streets and separate old houses are accompanied by trees – now in autumn clothes. Many people in Sofia and Plovdiv care for the wild animals, birds, dogs and cats, feed them and seem to want them in their city. In one of the Sofia parks, […]Read Post ›
I was invited by Raj (XDrive) to join the Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge. (Thank you, Raj) The Rules are • Seven days. • Seven black and white photos of your life. • No people. • No explanation. • Challenge someone new each day Today I would like to challenge Basil and Cheryl at Two […]Read Post ›