Villa in March.

Let’s start with the parking lot of doom. It really is quite apocalyptic looking. I love it.



This was a set of drawers that’s been around for quite a while. Someone flipped it over, so occasionally I see a cat or a dog sleeping there if there’s rain.


Look at that window. Look at it! Here, let me zoom in on it for you.

window of doom

Isn’t it positively creepy! What makes it even creepier is the fact that it looks like someone tried cleaning the middle part. Oh dear!


And we’re transported right to Goian, the little village where Villa Nistru is located. It is a very peaceful village.

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Bug Colonies, Ducks, and the Sun.

Below are some photographs of Goian on a hot, hot, hot summer day. Quite the contrast to the photographs of early winter mornings that have become a staple around here thanks to my dad.

Thing is, Villa is beautiful whole year round. If you ever visit, I’m sure you’d be inclined to agree.

I’ve read somewhere that when photographing a body of water, unless it’s your intention to be experimental, it’s always best to have the horizon perfectly parallel to the photo frame. No matter how many times I photograph this particular view, it never comes out parallel.  Probably because two rivers merge into one somewhere there.

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