21jul18 Lahore, Pakistan.
21jul18 Lahore, Pakistan.
Preparing to make a turn into a tight alley
Sitting in traffic
Carrying their lunch
7jul18 Lahore , Pakistan 🇵🇰
Morning Chai ☕️ .
Biggest rainfall in Lahore in 38 years on July 3rd. Tragically, 8 people died.
Koozy Haleem . A variety of lentils. Chilies 🌶 and spices can be added. I dumped them all in. Spicy hot and delicious.
Monument in Bahrain Town
The art of decorating trucks is a big thing in Pakistan. Usually, the art is a direct reflection of that particular driver’s ideology.
Halwa Poori . Poori bread with Chana Masala and Halwa.
Sajji . Originating from the Balochistan province.
4jul18 Lahore, Pakistan 🇵🇰
Casa Dosoftei , also called the Arcade House , built in the 18th century . Located in the city center, on Anastasie Panu Street no. 69, near the old Royal Court, between the Palace of Culture and the Church “St. Do not Destroy Domnesc . “ She currently hosts the old literature section of the Museum of Romanian Literature in Iasi, established in 1970.
23/24 Jun2018. Iasi, Romania.
The Border crossing from Moldova 🇲🇩 .
The road to Iaşi .
Passing through villages on the way…there are still horse drawn carriages serving as practical modes of transportation .
Mănăstirea Trei Ierarhi (Monastery of the Three Hierarchs). Completed in 1639.
Artist : HarceaPacea https://www.instagram.com/harceapacea
sa primesti ce ai dat . Rough translation: “To get what you gave.”
“I also want to be an artist.”
Grand Hôtel Traian. Designed by Gustave Eiffel. 1887.
23/24jun18 . Iaşi , Romania 🇷🇴
jun2018. Chisinau , Moldova
Founded in 1811. It’s the most ‘honored’ cemetery in Chișinău. Many nobles alongside regular citizens. It’s falling to decay, as it’s so massive, but there’s constantly work being done by groundskeepers. Walking through it, I was struck by two things that are not common in American cemeteries: Pictures of the deceased prominently displayed on the tombstones, really ‘putting a face with the corpse’ for me. Which, I never knew I needed. Sounds creepy, but it was kind of wild to see the face of someone who was born and who died before I ever came to be. Just gently putting into perspective that life goes on with or without us. We’re so small in relative terms. Secondly, the tables that were on the grave sites. Some were as long as picnic tables. Others were small little cafe-like tables that were obviously meant for visitors to come and sit. A Ukrainian friend explained that once a year there’s a special day where families come and visit their beloveds’ graves…drink and eat, and share stories of their lives. An effort to keep their spirits alive, I guess.
16jun18 Chișinău , Moldova
The Eternal Flame honors those who were lost during World War II.
16june2018. Chisinau, Moldova
Graffiti writers in Stefan Cel Mare Park
jun2018. Chisinau, Moldova .
The Cathedral of Christ’s Nativity (Romanian: Catedrala Mitropolitană Nașterea Domnului) is the main cathedral of the Moldovan Orthodox Church in Central Chișinău, Moldova. It was commissioned by the governor of New Russia, Prince Mikhail Semyonovich Vorontsov, and Metropolitan Gavril Bănulescu-Bodoni in 1830. The cathedral was built in the 1830s to a Neoclassical design by Abram Melnikov (who had designed a similar church in Bolhrad). The cathedral was bombed during World War II, and its bell tower was destroyed by the local Communists in 1962. The new bell tower was constructed in 1997. During the Soviet period, worship was prohibited and the cathedral was transformed into an exhibition center. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nativity_Cathedral,_Chișinău
10jun18. Chisinau , Moldova