Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Visiting Budapest [Part 4/6]: More from the night in Budapest

Part four of the Budapest travel series, sees more images from a night out in the city. We went to the Fisherman's Bastion, because the view from up there is fantastic, and were not disappointed in the things we saw.

This Series includes:
Part One: Visiting Buda Castle and Fisherman's Bastion
Part Two: Visiting Heroes Square, City Park and the Zoo
Part Three: A Night in Budapest (1)
Part Four: A Night in Budapest (2) 
Part Five: Visiting Great Market Hall and roaming the city
Part Six: Visiting the Hungarian Parliament

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This is the entrance to the east side of the Buda Castle, gloriously lit in the night, with the blue laser rays, shining in the distance.




The funicular, shot from uphill looking down into the entrance. The rides end around 11 at night.




On our way home, we crossed the Chain Bridge, and I took this very minimalistic shot, that somehow does manage to capture the essence of this city at night.


You can book night rides on the Danube, accompanied with dinner and live music.







After a night out, we needed a pick-me-up, in the form of Oriental Pizza, dolloped with spicy peppers, feta cheese, olives and tomatoes. Yum!


This part concludes our nightly visit into this city, and the next part shows the city again during daylight.

50 comments:

  1. Superb photography, Mersad! You must be very pleased with your new camera. Now, you just need to smile more in the photos of you! LOL

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    1. Maybe I was to worried the new camera would fall out of someones hand :D

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  2. Hallo Mersad...

    ja was soll ich dazu noch sagen ?! Das sind einfach so Hammer-Geniale Fotos ... Chapeau !!!!

    Aber die Modells sind ja auch immer wieder klasse...von daher darfst Du die beiden auch Loben :)

    Grüße aus Berlin

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  3. You and your new camera are a wonderful match ~ your photography and the city is superb !!

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  4. fun pics of the ladies, all of them are great. and i really like looking down that track, my favorites are 19, 23 and 24, the pizza is yum and beautiful. if you get tired of your camera i cans end you my mailing address.... I love Sarah McLaughlin and i just listed to our of my League by the tantrums. to see what you like

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the images. The pizza was yummy.

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  5. The light and colors of these pictures are lovely,
    also the ladies with the nice smiles have you very good photographed.......it's a great post Mersad.

    Greetings, Joop

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  6. HI Mersady Your new camera is great. Love the light at night adn the lovely architectue in the city.

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    1. Thank you for visiting Margaret.

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  7. What gorgeous night shots. I am loving the photographs you took with your new camera....

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    1. The new camera seems to be working well... :)

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  8. A really beautiful series of photos, Mersad!!!

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  9. More wonderful night shots! I especially like #'s 5,7, 14, and 21.
    The girls make lovely models. :)

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  10. Lovely night shots of Budapest! I like the one looking down at the train.

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  11. Beautiful, fun images, Mersad.
    You're a great people photographer
    along with your many other photo talents.

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    1. Thanks Linda for that nice comment.

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  12. These are just spectacular, Mersad! Wow! Amazing! May you and your 6D have a long and prosperous relationship. :)

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    1. Thanks for your well wishes.

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  13. Super photos! I can see the 6D is a GREAT camera!

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  14. hard to find words, I am amazed at the quality of photos ... the entire series of budapest photo is so wonderful! Congrats.

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  15. Wonderful! This could be a travel brochure for Budapest.

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  16. Wow, these are beautiful images! The city is gorgeous at night! And I love all the cute poses and the pretty night lights. Wonderful post!

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    1. They had a fun time too, and I think it shows.

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  17. More excellent images of that wonderful city. Good ones, Mersad.

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  18. Fabulous photographs, Mersad! truly night views of the city looking beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks for checking them out.

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  19. Good photos; looks like you had a very nice night out; in a beautiful night, lovely company and Budapest at your feet. Greetings from afar, and thank you for your visit to my post.

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  20. Another great set of night shots. Wonderful colours!

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  21. beautiful photos and grandiose nightscenes.

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  22. That 6D is very impressive as is your skill in using it. I've strongly considered getting one for landscape and still life. I need something with a faster fps for wildlife, but the low light performance of the 6D would be great for landscape work.

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    1. It's amazing for landscapes. The full frame sensor is really good.

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  23. Beautiful night shots, and beautiful portraits
    Have a great W.E.
    Stefano

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  24. Wonderful photographs.

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  25. Beautiful photos! Greetings!

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