Fountain lights

When snow takes its time, the new year lights try to make amends. But tail lights -- who shall pity them?


Exequies of a King

There are those who, passing by you, can drain the colors from your world, and make even an autumnal park forget its brown and yellows. They come as swiftly as they go, leaving you in a black and white mood. Black and white isn't only the absence of colors, though. It's a way to be. It … Continue reading Exequies of a King

A Postcard from Peles

It's that time of the year when I visit castles. At Peles, they have everything - a retractable glass roof, a playhouse, a Moorish saloon, a Turkish parlor, a 19th-century heating system that's so good they never had to clean it, and the first modern toilets in the world. Together with Bran, Peles is one of … Continue reading A Postcard from Peles