He may look aggressive and scary, but I took his photo because, above everything, he seemed lost in the small station of Medias â€¦ a lost town itself in a region heading towards Europe ( I mean Ardeal, of course).
UEFA Cup Quarter-finals, 30 March 2006, Bucharest.
After 17 years of absence, two teams reach the Quarter-finals for the first time in the history of Romanian footbal.
The big boss of Steaua: Gigi Becali. To be or not to be – happy ? THIS is the question. The answer unveils on April 6!
Last fall, the Moldavian singer Pavel Stratan came to the morning show at the radio station where I work. That was one of the few occasions when I got to photograph an artist other than on the stage. To be honest, I am quite pleased with what I managed to capture!
For those not familiar with Pavel Stratan, it â€˜s worth mentioning that heâ€™s the one with the catchy song phrase: I was born on my birthday 🙂 â€¦ and one more thing, Pavel is an extremely shy guy!
Thereâ€™s not much to see on my daily way to work â€¦ nothing challenging for my camera. Nevertheless, today, near the Cotroceni Palace, a noisy group was protesting against corruption.
The guy in the picture was there,Â too, but on different business. His message on the board says: Â â€˜we want a decent life for our families!â€.
This is not something very common for the quiet city of Transilvania – Cluj Napoca. CFR Ecomax, local soccer team, managed to get into the Intertoto finals, but they were eventually defeated by the French from FC Lens.Â Iâ€™ve been to one of the two games. This shot was taken right from the middle of the noisy / passionate gallery where I landed accidentally. Not an easy experience to forget!