Category Archives: Travel Photography

Aerial footage shot with Mavic Air in Lodge Farm Park in Romford


Finally, I decided to purchase my own drone and I couldn’t make up my mind because I was waiting for the right moment. Plus, I wanted my drone to be portable, with good image quality, user-friendly and decent battery life. Since I am about to travel to Romania soon and spend most of the time in the mountains, I have decided to purchase a Mavic Air. It seems to check all the boxes and after my first flight, I am impressed. Check out the video I was able to shot in its maiden voyage in Lodge Farm Park, Romford. Aerial […]

Lodge Farm Park, Romford

Tăierea porcului de Crăciun


Taierea porcului de Crăciun este o veche tradiție românească. Totodata, Ignatul, cum i se mai zice, face parte din procesul pregatirilor de iarna, când resursele sunt limitate și țăranul roman trebuie sa aibă rezerve sa răzbată peste iarna grea din România. Așa ca din bătrâni, oamenii obișnuiau sa crească diferite animale pe lângă casa de la care sa ia cele necesare pentru a-și hrăni familia de-a lungul anului. 0 likes

Tăierea porcului de Crăciun

Amazing 7 days holiday in Thassos


Amazing 7 days holiday on the beautiful island of Thassos, Greece Day 1, Tuesday 25 August 2015: Transit from Romania-Bulgaria-Greece _ We’ve started our journey in Bucharest, at 3am in the morning. We’ve been delayed at Ruse because the bridge across Danube had some road works going on and only one way was in use. A 10 minutes crossing became 1h30min-waiting queue. We continued our route through Bulgaria to Thassos, our final destination. 3 likes

man jumping from the cliff into Giola, Thassos, Greece

Fun day at Bournemouth Beach


Bournemouth beach is my favourite beach in the UK. The weather was crisp and windy that day at Bournemouth beach. The sun was coming in and out of the clouds and temperature was around 20 degrees celsius but felt like 16. The water was cold, but some people actually went for a swim. I didn’t. At 9am the beach was almost deserted, but we were determined to have a great day. 1 likes

Jayson_at_Bournemouth_Beach

Must see places in Romania


Must see places in Romania My holiday in Romania started catching up with friend in Galati. Before trying the “snake’s bite’ home made Romanian moonshine I had to ask for something to eat first. If I learned anything in life until now is that if you ever plan on drinking make sure you eat first! 0 likes

Kew Gardens – A corner of paradise in London?


Kew Gardens – A corner of paradise in London?  One day, I decided to go out without knowing exactly where I’m going. I took the central line thinking of going to White City because I had never been to that place. I launched Google Maps and browsed the area. I spotted Kew Gardens and my destination was clear. The second I made up my mind, the train stopped at Mile End Station so I quickly changed to the District Line train to Richmond. The first train was for Ealing Broadway so I decided to get off at Earl’s Court and wait for […]

Beacon Fell Country Park and St Annes Beach


Beacon Fell Country Park and St Annes Beach Not far from Preston is Beacon Fell Country Park. It consists of 110 hectares of woodland, moorland and farmland. The Beacon Fell summit is 266 metres above sea level and offers spectacular views of the Forest of Bowland and Morcambe Bay. I definitely recommend spending a few hours in this beautiful place. 0 likes

A Sunday afternoon in London


A Sunday afternoon in London If you live in London and the sun is out you must go out. This is what I did but it wasn’t easy. The temptation of watching TV was so big. I googled a few minutes to find something to do. I decided I’ll go to Tate Britain. I had a feeling that I will change my mind but I didn’t care, I just wanted a reason to go out. 0 likes

Costa Maya, Mexico


Costa Maya, Mexico used to be one of Carnival Valor’s stops on the western Carribean itinerary in 2006. The Cruise ships usually docked there when not able to dock somewhere else due to rough sea or because of the destruction caused by hurricane Wilma and Emily in 2005. 0 likes