A round anniversary of your city, like 550 years for Bucharest, is pretty much a one in a lifetime event, so you must take advantage of it at your best.
Unfortunately I am moody and when in a bad mood I have the tendency to screw things up and miss opportunities: so Saturday the water was ugly, grey clouds and imminence of rain, I was tired, those resonated in a bad way, my mood got increasingly negative, I felt like everything goes against me and the photography suffered. Sunday was a bit better, but the day was shorted in events.
However, I will try a few posts highlighting a few moments. Update: here, here, here, here, here, here and here.
depressing grey sky, just like my soul
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