Once I have a photo archive and we live such historic times with the COVID19 pandemic, I made a before/after photo pairs gallery about the effects of the pandemic and the currfew on tourism.
Big picture galleries with images captured by photojournalist Attila Volgyi.
Easter celebratory watering of girls in Szenna Open Air folklore museum.
Now before their show on the stage of Palace of Arts members of Bandaloop performed on the walls of the building as part of the Budapest Spring Festival.
170 years aggo on April 4th. in 1849. Hungarian soldiers defeated advancing Austrian forces at villagge Tapiobicske.
Easy light of the kites above the Danube-bend at the Kite Festival in Zebegeny. Hundreds of families enjoy together the view of kites flying in the wind.
Returning to historic traditions airplanes again took over the sky above Budapest with an air show of both military and civilian aviation. They made everything imaginable to make viewers standing on the two banks of river Danube drop their jaws in amazement.
169 years after the real Battle of Tapiobicske history enthusiasts reenacted the famous event with great joy. Hundreds of school children witnessed the unique history lesson and they enjoyed it almost as much as the people participating dressed as Austrian or Hungarian soldiers.
CAFe Contemporary Art Festival brought us Bandaloop dance company performing on the side of a glass wall of an office buliding in downtown Budapest. The ir motto is to imagine a theater stage rotated 90 degrees into vertical like the wall of a building they are dancing on. Well they showed us how it looks for real.
Shepherds of the great plains of Hungary lead their flock of Racka sheep through the famous landmark Hortobagy Nine holed bridge. This is how they march to the traditional festive closing the grazing season started on the end of April.
Just like every year there was a public water fight in central Budapest on one of the warmest days of summer. People had a chance to splash into water and cool off in a way rarely available to anyone. Events like this should be more common for the enjoyment of the participants, viewers and of course for us photographers too.