Monday, October 28, 2013

Budapest On Location - Part 2

We are having so much fun in Budapest, and lots of new images are being taken, but until I return home, I'll show you more iPad photos of our trip to the inner city today. The Budapest Metro is the oldest Metro in Europe, and it shows. But still, it's oddly beautiful and fascinating.











32 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful and historic old city, Mersad!! I always wanted to visit there when I lived in Europe, but it just didn't happen! Your captures are the next best thing!!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!! I'm looking forward to more!! Hope you and your family have a great week!!

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    1. I'm back again, and I promise you will like the new images.

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  2. i like the murky skies against the architecture. :)

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    1. The architecture is phenomenal.

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  3. wonderful.......i want to visit ;-)

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    1. You should do it one day. It's so good.

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  4. You really got some great captures of the city....That metro is something else; I don't think I was ever comfortable with it....

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    1. It's quite daunting in Budapest, I must say. Especially the big tube you are being sent down into...

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  5. the food is pretty plus it looks delicious.. i love the train shots you are taking. like the golden glow from the sun on these wonderful buildings. glad you are having fun

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    1. Thanks Sandra. Happy to be back now!

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  6. Love the golden light on the buildings. The food photos are beautiful, too. Looks very tasty.

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  7. Wonderful photos of the city! That food looks pretty inviting!

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  8. Looks like a beautiful city to visit. I enjoyed the tour and your photos!

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    1. Thanks. Hope you'll enjoy the photos that are to come.

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  9. The light and colors are lovely.....must be a nice city.

    Greetings, Joop

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  10. Hi Mersad....

    coole Eindrücke von Budapest...das könnte man sich mal überlegen, diese Stadt zu besuchen !

    Vielen Dank ...

    Grüße

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  11. To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting an ordinary place.
    Wonder pic.. I want to visit here.....
    thanks

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  12. HI Mersad Lovely captures of a very historic city and I loved the B&w train shot.

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  13. The photographs are extremely interesting, Mersad. The architecture in Budapest is fabulous and I particularly liked the shots of the indoor vegetable market and train station.

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    1. Thanks Valerie. I have more of those to come! :D

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  14. nice serie Mersad! lovely light, and photo number 3 is special with that glasspart.
    greetings, Hilde

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    1. That glasspart is actually a shopping center.

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  15. These are wonderful. The food looks good too.

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  16. What gorgeous light in the first photos. It makes your city even more beautiful.

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