Colors of Spring 2015

Best part I love about spring is the flower’s blooming into colors. Crocus is one of my favorites, although I only took pictures of one color so far. I hope you enjoy it as well.

Not sure what this is called, but looks great as well :)

Home Grown Chickens

I’ve been sitting on those images for quiet some time. Finally decided to upload and share them

The Big Boss

The Big Boss

This chicken has beautiful feathers, but one ugly head

A regular home grown chicken

The Boss

Another ugly chicken


Hortobágy, the Hungarian Plains

Driving through the plains, I noticed the wild geese gatherings.  They were far from the road, so I couldn’t get more closeups that I wished for.


New look same content

Since I’ve been posting more frequently, I decided to change the look of my blog.  I mostly add Pictures, and galleries, and write less. So I decided to change the Theme to one that concentrates more on the images, rather than the text.  The Twenty Fourteen was a great theme, but he featured images took up a considerable real estate on the page.  So I picked a new theme, Visual.  I hope you, my readers and visitors like it more.


Original, the featured image took up the top portion.


New look, shows more of the images, with featured images at the top of posts.



One of the great methods of transportation are trains.  Specially on really long distances. I love driving, but I think that for longer distances, trains are more convenient and much safer. Today I arrived at a train intersection and was the first car, so I decided to take a few shots, I didn’t have enough time to get out of the car, so I rolled my window down, and took a few pictures. I processed the in Pixlr Touch up, since I use a chromebook at home.

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Straight from Camera

Snowdrop, Galanthus

Winter in Hungary is pretty mild, up till now.  We only had a few cm’s of snow so far, and it didn’t stay for too long.  Seeing those snowdrops, which I believe should flower around March 20-21 according to Wikipedia looks a bit odd. But never the less, I enjoyed photographing it.  I hope you like it too.

I experimented with using some built-in filters in the camera, and I think they turned out great.