Some months ago I was writing a few posts about the beauty of snow and ice landscapes. Well, in this article I would like to talk about another incredible natural phenomenon which brings not only magic but tons of photographic opportunities in front of our eyes: the fog (a.k.a mist, haze, etc).
First of all l must admit I’m a summer fan. I like the heat, I like the sun, I like the long days, I like everything about it. I simply love it! However summer only takes three months, which is only a small part of the year. And after all every season has its charm, doesn’t it? This includes … autumn!
Autumn has two “faces” which might turn the way we see it into a “love-hate relationship”. On the one hand we have the beautiful colors and the (still) warm sunny days. On the other hand the weather might be rainy, cold and it could even snow, especially in the mountains. Usually we get both of them. Actually as I’m writing this post it’s snowing in Bucharest. And it’s only mid-November!
Let me tell you about my most recent trip into the mountains. It happened at the beginning of this month and as in many other occasions it took place in the area of the Brasov county (namely in Bran, Romania).
This time I only stayed two days in Bran, of which only one was dedicated to walking and travelling. For this reason I had to make best use of this time and see as many places as possible. Continue reading →
Let me share with you another trip I’ve been to. It happened at the end of May this year and this time I went to the Ciucas Peak together with a few friends. This peak is part of the Ciucas Mountains which themselves belong to the southern Oriental Carpathian (for reference check the map of the Prahova County in Romania).