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Sofia door and flowers

Lion Detail

Lions are a very common symbol in Bulgaria. They are on the Bulgarian coat of arms and are used as decorative elements on buildings. Sofia is full of lion details and this door handle is just one example.

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To the Land of Gaudí

I am about to visit Spain and more precisely Barcelona. My flight is tomorrow morning. I am super excited to visit this city – it is overflowing with artistic expression, so it should be a very inspirational trip. Hoping to snap photos of everything on my […]

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Sofia’s Winter Tale

If I have to describe Sofia in winter the words that come to mind are imperfect, unpredictable, restless… Through the noise of the traffic, the smoke from the chimneys and the mud puddles of melted snow, one can still observe its elusive beauty. The few […]


Familiar Silhouettes

Winter is serene. It brings out shapes and illuminates them with scarce but beautiful light. It makes every object and building stand out from all the clutter of life around. While every living creature hides inside, the city landscape looks somewhat mysterious, ready to be […]

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Pretty Windows

It is the beginning of October and the leaves are still green. On some days, the sun still shines bright and it feels like winter is still far away. I love the sunshine, it makes me happy, it warms my heart and makes me notice pretty […]

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Beauty Is Not Perfect

I recently got inspired by the photos of Enjoy Sofia project. Many of them make the city look so beautiful, but without trying to hide its imperfections. On the contrary, they capture its essence, they are honest, and to me this is what makes them so captivating. […]

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Love Dublin

Dublin is vibrant, welcoming and fun. There was so much to occupy my sight – so much creativity everywhere – from bar signs to street art, that I couldn’t leave my camera for a second. I loved the bars and pubs in the city – they […]


Old Plovdiv, Part II

I took so many photos during my recent trip to Plovdiv that I couldn’t share all in one post, so here are the rest. Old Plovdiv is not just beautiful, it is also ancient, with a distinct and fascinating history dating back to 4000 BC, […]