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.
Using a ladder is a popular method around the world for photographers and cameramen, but you should take care how to use it to avoid accidents.
An interesting and funny project by one of Hungary’s news websites called Vs.hu. This fake docu-reality presents different aspects of every day life in Hungary in the style of the nature documentaries but in a manner to make fun of the situation.
Not so long ago I had a debate on my Hungarian blog about some comments stating that photography is not a profession – or at least many consider it that way. Not so long after it I ran into this funny comic strip. I think What the Duck nailed it again.
This year we also had the usual water fight in Budapest. This time the participants looking for some fun cooled themselves down in the fountain at Vigado square.
Making friends with the NATO chief secretary…
I often give voice to my complaints on this blog, but I think they are rather critiques, that are not only a side effect of my…
This year marks the second time the soap bubble day was organised on Margaret Island. The event made a joyful afternoon for all participants.
I think it is a one of it’s kind short movie about a one of it’s kind language/cultural problem and the relationship of languages and people speaking (or not speaking) them.
This is a funny picture from last weekend’s Critical Mass procession. Cyclechic is surely a known expression for those reading the blog with the same name. I hope my readers also understand why I gave this title to this post.