As we travelled by train through Romania there were so many photogenic looking towns and villages with stations, we sometimes just got off to explore. Never exactly sure where we were, we felt safe in the knowledge that there’d be another train along soon.
These two pictures were taken at a couple of those stops. It was very soon after the downfall of Ceaușescu and many ordinary families were still using horse and cart to get about.
If you like these, there are more Romanian photos in my post about the
Romanian National Circus, and in the page of 35mm film photography. I’ll also be posting some more images from our trip soon.
For photo buffs, these photographs were taken on a Canon T70 using Kodak Tmax 400 film.
Be happy 🙂
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I'm a photographer who takes photos from a mobility scooter: After developing a variant of motor neurone disease a few years ago I was forced to give up my career as a TV cameraman and director.
I raise funds and awareness for the MND Association, selling pictures at exhibitions and through my website scootershooter.co.uk. I have also co-created a book titled "26 Miles 4 MND" that tells the diverse stories of 26 people whose lives have been touched in different ways by motor neurone disease - 26miles4mnd.co.uk
Through my photography and writing I would like to challenge my own and other peoples' preconceptions of "disability" and "the disabled".
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May 11, 2015
35mm, B+W, Mindful Photography, Romania, travel, travel photography
35mm, 35mm film photography, 35mm photography, black and white photography, film photography, Romania, travel photography
The way you capture the essence of life in your photos is beautiful.
Thank you Jennifer 🙂