Come to photograph Romania...!
This article is not to promote my work or bring views to my images as I'm just a beginner in photography and have just a small portfolio. What I do know is a thing or two about the beautiful places in my country, as I have studied tourism for many years. So what I can do is give some tips on what people who want to discover a new and exciting subject for their photographs should see first here. It is not a comprehensive or scientific guide...just a few pointers. Hope it helps someone and at least one photographer decides to come :)
The monasteries located in the north of Moldova region also known as Bucovina are a religious testament depicting the very soul of the peoples that built them and their beliefs. Many of them being protected UNESCO sites they cause a profound impression of calmness and peace in the viewers eyes. The bright colors, beautiful frescoes and dreamlike natural environment are a must for everyone wishing to know more about these places.
CHURCHES IN MARAMURES
These rather low mountains offer exceptional photographic opportunities in almost every part of their range, with remote mountain villages, narrow gorges, pastoral panoramas or deep caves. Some of the sites are so remote and unknown that one could be sure that nor photographer ever got the same picture.
Located in the middle of the Carpathian mountains, it’s still haunted by the spirit of the ruler Vlad Tepes, the historic figure that inspired the dreadful Dracula. Travelers still expect to see him come to life in this magnificent castle.
VILLAGES OF ROMANIA
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