Sunday, 30 June 2013

#182/365 The colour purple



As much as I would love to post about St. Stephen, the first king of Hungary and the statue you see in the background; but for today, let's focus on those colour purple.
I'm loving the town's gardeners (or landscapers ?) colours selection this season, very calming and lively at the same time.

#Behind the Great Roman Catholic Church


#181/365 Fashionista


Sighting of little fashionista this morning, look at them silver sandals!

ok, I'm finally off to this weeks blogs visitations :)

Friday, 28 June 2013

#179/365 Foot of the man yesterday


Here's the foot of the man, József Katona, from yesterday's post.

József Katona (11 November 1791 - 16 April 1830) was a Hungarian playwright and poet - Wiki



Thursday, 27 June 2013

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Monday, 24 June 2013

#175/365 Peacock on the ceiling of Cifra Palota


From the contemporary exhibit yesterday, we go up one floor to this grand room. In case you missed our earlier post about this place, this building was formerly an apartment block.

This is my second time inside Cifra Palota, both times on "long night of museums" night. The first time, it was all about the artifacts on exhibit.  So, for this visit I concentrated  more on the building.

Sunday, 23 June 2013

#174/365 Browsing the gallery in Cifra Palota

hard to photograph in low lights but you get the idea

One thing I noticed yesterday was that lots of parents brought their young ones to the long night of museums. Impressively, lots of them genuinely seemed interested in the exhibition!

#@ Cifra Palota

Saturday, 22 June 2013

Friday, 21 June 2013

#172/365 Long night of Museums is tomorrow

This morning at the Naive Museum

Held on the the longest night of the year, on Midsummer's Day, the Long Night of Museums is being organised for the 9th time around the country tomorrow, June 22nd.

We will hopefully be able to report some of the sights on this blog, stay tune!

Monday, 17 June 2013

#168/365 Yellow brick road II


I always walk where there is shade. Vitamin D though nice and energizing after a long winter,it's just too harsh on the skin!

#Arany János u.


Sunday, 16 June 2013

#167/365 Summer morning



At 4:24am the sun is already showing up and doesn't leave until about 9pm..yes, it's summer!


Friday, 14 June 2013

#165/365 The plane! The Plane!



After posting on "smile" yesterday and on people photography, I read in one of political blogs that the government has the intention of banning photograpahing people in open space. What?!
Since I haven't got more details except for that one comment, I'll see how this thing goes...but let me just say it is absurd!

Thursday, 13 June 2013

#164/365 Smile

I thought of keeping this for theme day, just in case the theme "smile" wins. Alas, as it turns out the theme wasn't as popular as I thought it would be. So, here we are for today's post...

She was sitting in one of the mobile phone outlets in the mall. Her head gear caught my attention as I was walking past. Just with hand gestures, I 'asked' if I could take a photo of her, she smiled and I snapped, then I smiled back at her, said thanks and be on my way. Phew! I'm nervous when the need to ask for permission ; hence, the blurry shot .

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

#163/365 No luck yet


Names on coca-cola bottles, I read, is only available outside of the US. For novelty sake, we thought it would be cool to own coca-cola with our names on it. Well, no luck finding our names yet. Have you any luck?



Tuesday, 11 June 2013

#162/365 Help with a smile! / Segít egy mosollyal! :)


In celebration of the first Mercedes Benz CLA Class, assembled in our town , Mercedes Benz is organising a charity campaign for children in need. One can upload a photo of themselves with a smile and donate. The photo will be placed on the car.

For more information : http://www.segitsegymosollyal.hu/

Sunday, 9 June 2013

#160/365 The face


This face appeared on the public wall of our flat's building for so long, it's a part of of us!


Saturday, 8 June 2013

#159/365 Four Points


Four Points by Sheraton, the first internationally-branded hotel in our town. It's officially open and in operation, so you could start booking http://www.kecskemethotel.hu/


Friday, 7 June 2013

#158/365 Weeks of rain...

 Everybody wants happiness

Nobody wants pain

but you can't have a rainbow

without a little rain

- author unknown

Thursday, 6 June 2013

#157/365 Corpus Christi, finale




I entered the church full of enthusiasm, leaving my husband behind (I usually disappeared fast when I find photographic opportunities) . But then I hesitated. I was tempted to stay longer, to go further in, to explore, and even the church keeper (is that the correct title?) gestured me to go ahead to take more photos, if I wish to. I stopped here, didn't want to disturb the people deep into their prayers..so long Great Roman Catholic Church, until the next time!

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

#156/365 Corpus Christi, there're more


We walk around to check out the rest of the intricate flower decorations (see yesterday), and then I saw something which only happen on special occasions, the Great Roman Catholic Church's doors were "wide open" literally. I use quotation on "wide open" because obviously they are open to public always, but the doors are normally closed to insulate from outside temperature. And so, when the doors are shut, I never have the guts to walk in. But but now..woohoo..I'm going in!


Tuesday, 4 June 2013

#155/365 Corpus Christi continued

Continuing from yesterday's post, by the evening, we could see the result of hard work from volunteers of Magyar Máltai Szeretetszolgálat (Maltese Charity Service)...


Monday, 3 June 2013

#154/365 Corpus Christi


Volunteers of Magyar Máltai Szeretetszolgálat (Maltese Charity Service) devoting their talents on flowers decoration yesterday, Corpus Christi day. Tomorrow we'll take a look at the finished decoration.


Sunday, 2 June 2013

Saturday, 1 June 2013

#152/365 CDP Theme day - Beauty of decay

City daily photo theme this month, beauty of decay.
I meant to share the beautiful heart door behind the lady on the right, but as that spot is a popular bus stop, it's nearly impossible to capture the door without people in front of it. So, this is now call beauties in decay.

Go see others' interpretation of beauty of decay here.

ps. I'll be doing my weekly blog visit later as I need to prep. for guests coming soon.


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