Category: Romania

Spiral volcano

A spiral volcano made of mud. From Buzău, Romania.

Spiral volcano


Not peasant

A very city girl having fun at the village museum

Not peasant


Under the flowers

Happiness under the cherry tree flowers

Under the flowers


Still going

Mani people got tired, many people lost hope, but the anti-corruption protests continue in Bucharest every day for more than a month and a half.

Still going


Another brick in the wall

Sometimes is good to be yet another brick in the wall, when is the wall trying to stop the corruption destroying your life and values.

Another brick in the wall


People against mafia

When a mafia-like sistem tries to take over the country, people stand united against it.

People against mafia


Grandpa

A grandpa is #resisting

Grandpa


Springly protests

The saga of anti-corruption protests in Bucharest continues into the spring

Springly protests


About EU

Almost a full month of daily protests in Bucharest against corrupt politicians. Now people formed a huge flag of the European Unions, one of the few entities they think may help save the country.

About EU


Dragobete

Kisses for Dragobete from Romania

Dragobete


Ready for Dragobete

Dragobete is a kind of local (Romanian) Valentine’s Day

Ready for Dragobete


In the cold rain

The day 20 of the protests against corruption in Bucharest brought a cold, winterly rain. People #resisted.

In the cold rain


Chalk art

The 19-th day of protests against corruption in Bucharest, this time children joined to show their voices

Chalk art


Revista 22

The latest issue of Revista 22 (that’s a Romanian weekly print magazine) published a couple of my photos from the on-going anti-corruption protests in Bucharest, one is on the front page and the other on the back.

Revista 22


Wave the flag

A flag waving: classic but still effective image from a protest

Wave the flag