This was taken a long time ago in Oglinzi, near Targu Neamt, Romania. I was visiting my godparents and I believe we were having a nice stroll through the village. This little fellow was watching our every move.
On one of my solo trips through Ciocanesti, Romania (Read about it in english here or in romanian here), I find this relaxed dog, bathing in the sunlight. He’s probably the guard for the house behind him.
On a quiet afternoon in May, I went for a stroll in the Botanic gardens of Bath, UK. I was eager to test my new lens on the birds there. The squirrels, however, turned out to be even more entertaining. Notice how the curved tail resembles the curved branch of the tree.
I was on a quest to find finches in the trees of Bath, UK and behold, this little fellow came to say hello!
In September me and my family went to Kakadu National Park, Australia. One of the cruises we did was on Adelaide river, where our guide fed crocodiles and wild kites from the boat.
I went on a cruise on Mary River, in Kakadu National Park, Australia to see the beautiful wildlife. One of the many birds there was the Jacana, or the Jesus bird. It gets the name from the fact that it “walks on water” or from lily leaf to lily leaf.
This image was probably taken in Queensland, Australia. It was a few years ago, but I still remember the Kookaburra’s distinctive laughter. It almost felt that I walked into a comedy show. Also, they prefer meat to bread, so keep your fingers ar bay.
One lovely month of May, I took a trip to Gower in Wales. There I found a beautiful manor house called Parc Le Breos, near Three Cliffs Bay. The house had a horse farm and tourists could ride to the beach. Some of these horses were like paintings in the morning mist. I loved it there and hope to return one day.
The sun was setting over Keswick, Lake District, England and this lovely fellow walked slowly into the frame. He stopped and pondered and so did I, as I pressed the button.
On a quiet September day, me and two good friends went on a long walk from Bath to Freshford, UK. Along the way we spotted a group of horses, placed in a most peculiar arrangement. This reminded me of Muybridge’s animated horse.
The caption can be read as “The Sheep Praying” and it was true, since I was at the Orthodox Youth Festival. These green pastures can be found, well, all over England, but this particular one is from the Peak District.
This was taken on a sunny afternoon in April, as I was strolling along the canal in Bath. The pigeon seemed trapped behind the trees, although it had so much room to escape. This might have been a reflection on my own thoughts during my PhD.