All posts tagged: travel photography

Roman forum detail

On the Streets of Rome

I love exploring places and getting wonderfully lost in them. Two weeks ago, my map took me to a lot of places, but so did my camera. I was just wandering around Rome for hours and discovering the small streets, which show so much of […]

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yellow Georgian door

Spring Colours

A spring day spent in Dún Laoghaire, Ireland. We spent one night at the Royal Marine Hotel and took the time to explore the surroundings. Many colourful Georgian doors and beautiful gardens to take pictures of!

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Barcelona

November in Barcelona

No words are needed. Barcelona is still the most glorious place. There is nothing that a weekend in Barcelona cannot fix, even if it is the middle of November. Hope you enjoy these photos that I took there on my holiday last weekend.     […]

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St Stephen's Green in autumn

Autumn in Dublin

I’ve been busy with my new job and catching up with everyone and everything in the city and I have not taken any pictures in Sofia lately. It is that time of the year when the internet is full of beautiful autumn scenes, but you […]

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Black sea beach, Bulgaria

Goodbye Summer

What better way to say goodbye to summer than with a long weekend at the beach. The last couple of years September has become my favourite time for a seaside holiday. This weekend, just like last year, I was in Sinemorets. It is a village […]

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view of Lovech from the fortress

Exploring Lovech Old Town

Bulgaria is dotted with small towns. Many of them have ‘old towns’ – entire neighbourhoods preserved  from modern development. Lovech is a charming town which boasts a wooden covered bridge, which is one of only three of its kind in Europe! Once you cross the […]

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stone fence and flowers in Zheravna

Tale of Stone and Wood

On the southern slopes of the Balkan range in Bulgaria lies the village of Zheravna. A tale of stone and wood, this place has not changed since the 19th century. It is a magical place, faraway from modern civilisation. All houses have traditional architecture dating […]

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view of Howth harbour and abbey

Howth Harbour

On my last day of my holiday in Ireland, we took the train from Dublin to Howth. It is a scenic ride along the coast and it takes only 30 minutes. Howth is a beautiful coastal village, with stunning sea views, a beautiful harbour and […]

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