That’s just how I roll.
But yeah, sometime around Orthodox Easter, I dragged my brother’s sorry arse out to the Central Park to snap a few shots of the decorations. I’m not exactly good at night photography, but hey, most of the stuff was static, so these shots are half-decent. They are a little bit stale, time-wise (eggs & candles & angels & all), but I hope you’ll still like ’em.
But before we switch to eggs and bunnies, I’d like you to take a look at Posta Moldovei. Which is, Moldova’s Post Office. I’ve always loved this building. So nice. I visit it often, as I kinda like Postcrossing, when I have the 50 cents to spare for a stamp.
And this is the recently installed Zero Kilometre. It’s a fascinating little circle. As I took pictures of it, a dude approached my brother (you can totally see my brother’s foot in the upper left corner of the third photo) and invited him to a free concert. Which, of course, ended up being a concert in praise of Jesus. Basically, a sermon with some guitar riffs. Not that I went, but I know how these things go.
I digress. Here we are, entering Park, seeing some lights.
There were quite a lot of people around.
I kinda always thought that candle decor is more appropriate for Christmas. Like, Light in the middle of Darkness, &c.