Catching the Wind

I wanted to see the wind, to catch it in a picture! This is actually a bloomed chestnut in front of my window, in a windy day. I used long expose time to seize the movement, to “catch” the wind. I like the result, so I want to share it with you. Available on canvas and photo paper @saatchiart  (click on the photo):

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Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom HaShoah

“Never forget! Never again!”

From today, the Hardcover Edition in the memory of the victims:

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When People were not Humans

with dust-cover, printed on matte photo paper by Blurb, is available on Amazon:

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Also, 2019 March of the Living could be seen here.

Home is where your heart is…

Home is where your heart is… and my heart is with my family!

I testify the truth of this saying… I used to live in so many houses: I grew up in Agnita (Transylvania), I spent my youth and found my love in Cluj-Napoca, then I moved with her and my first kid in Brasov, where my second son was born. I lived alone in Philadelphia, U.S. for 11 months, in Groningen, Holland for 4, in Zurich, Switzerland 9 months, and now I live in Essen, Germany for 7 months already. So I don’t know where my house is, but for sure my home is with my family. And there is no better picture – although I didn’t have a professional or a fancy camera – than this one which is still my favorite, with my kid embracing the birds, the lake, the air, everything! When we were so happy because we were together, the entire family, and we could feed the birds, smile at the sun, and feel the joy of life. All I want is those moments to come back: that is my Home!

This is a photo I submitted on National Geographic, “yourshot” section, and it can be seen and probably voted there (click on the photo):

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Simplicity

Every day we are bombed with violent, sexual or shocking images. I am against!
I am for simplicity, beauty, purity. Probably it won’t sell as well, but I will not renounce my campaign of gaining at least a bit of innocence back.
So I present you a picture called Simplicity:
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