Tragic accident of city sightseeing boat Hableany (Mermaid in Hungarian) happened one year ago on 29. May 2019. at 21:05.
This year live celebrations of World Dance Dday were cancelled, but an old werk photo remembers the anniversary and photographing it too.
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.
I don’t like to go into sophistry in photo techniques. Firstly because so many other photographers do it, I don’t want to join the queue. Secondly, there are so many different views and approaches one cannot expect everyone to follow the same rules all the time and think everyone is mistaken for doing things in a different way.
170 years aggo on April 4th. in 1849. Hungarian soldiers defeated advancing Austrian forces at villagge Tapiobicske.
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.
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.
History enthusiasts reenacted again the Battle of Tapiobicske and Hungarian forces won the fierce battle once again. Just like I wrote about it a few years ago, this battle reenactment is full of interesting scenes this year again.
The story divides people if it is worth allowing such events, but I have to tell elephants having a bath in lake Balaton are a really special thing to see.