These gentlemen I saw at a construction site were looking rough at first, but as soon as I talked to them asking that I wanted to take a picture, they smiled very gently. As if they were trying to fix their tie (of course they didn’t wear a tie), they straighten their back and neatly looked at the camera. “I am famous now, right?” A guy in a hoodie said and they smiled like a young boy.
People in Bucharest was very kind to me. Before coming to Romania, I was somehow strongly convinced that Romanian could be very hard because of the historical background. What I saw instead was kindness and smile (it can be very subtle sometimes though), and some laid back feel. As soon as I learned that they are happy to talk with me, I started to take a portrait in Bucharest.
I love traveling. I can talk to people just like that. I can say I don’t know to what I don’t know. I can explore what I want to know. Of course, it is nice to learn and experience something by settling somewhere. But it is very exciting to jump into an unknown culture.
photographed in mar/2019
I feel like seeing all scenes and visions that you saw and experienced.
Unfortunately we can not travel anywhere now so we could enjoy this recorder more than ever.
Thank you Fumie(^○^)!
Thank you!! That’s the compliment I wanted to hear! 🙂