What this traveller saw….in Hungary

To continue this series, here are a few images from my travels inHungary, well over a decade ago. Considering I hadn’t had any intention of displaying these as monochrome images, and that they were originally colour transparencies, they haven’t done too badly:

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27 comments

  1. You saw some wonderful things. I like the horses and train the best, I think. They are all so good.

  2. I think they are very atmospheric in the monochrome, very effective.

  3. I’m agreeing with Cee – horses and locomotive. Great shots.

  4. “Not too badly” is an understatement!

  5. I like the picture of the horses.Great action shot!

  6. Lovely series, but the train it wonderful 🙂

  7. Another country I missed! I really must go to Budapest one day, I have always wanted to.
    My neighbours will have to look after Ollie. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  8. For me it is the door and the courtyard. I love the light gleaming on the cobbles in the arch and I love the pattern of them in the courtyard.

  9. They look great, Sue.

    janet

  10. Very atmospheric – and that locomotive shot is just Gorgeous, Sue.

  11. Were these more recent photos Sue? I think you went to Poland a couple of years ago? Lamplight is my favourite and this is a great series.

  12. I started typing the above on the post before and ‘lost’ it, so began again not realising it had jumped a post. Sorry, my laptop does odd things if the heel of my hands go slightly the wrong way. Please delete!

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