When the weather’s on your side, even a lazy weekend afternoon looks like this. I’ve always had a thing for this view and I find myself here at least once or twice a year.
Seems long abandoned. So many of these old buildings left behind for nature to reclaim.
So is this, one of the biggest symbols of communism in Bulgaria. It’s a damn shame it’s not put to good use, it could be an incredible way to preserve that part of our history instead of sweeping it under the rug.
A few hours later, the sky turned in this lovely shade of pinkish grey.
There’s just something about sunsets over Koprinka, always so incredible.
Botev peak that I climbed later that week. Will post separate photos from that, it’s a fun trek.
It was almost as if someone was purposefully doing these movie-like cliches 🙂
Not a bad way to end the day.
I know I’ve been quite bad with posting lately, busy couple of months. Will try to catch up! 🙂
So gorgeous. And I am fascinated by that monument in the dustance, like an UFO. I hope to visit one day but can see from blogs that soon not much will be left as it’s in ruins…
Yep, see my response below. If you ever have a chance, you need to visit! And there are plenty of images around the web.
The post on the monument >> http://wp.me/pUeQP-1In 🙂
Beautiful. So what is that communist symbol? Is it the building among the windmills?
Yep, it’s this place. Sort of a former communist HQ, it’s a super interesting building with a rich history and all we’ve done is leave it to decay. But it was built with such strong foundations that it just won’t go down on its own, quite metaphorical really 🙂
I actually went in last summer as well, will post some images soon. Climbed to the top of the tower, the view is amazing 🙂
Wow! Rich history indeed. We have nothing like that in our young country. I enjoy the virtual visit to yours here. Makes the world seem smaller!
Lovely pictures, I like photog posts of foreign places.
What a read! The pictures are well shot too 🙂