The Groninger Museum is a museum of modern and contemporary art in Groningen, Netherlands.
on the (narrow) streets of Zurich
once upon a time…a night in Amsterdam
a sunny September Sunday in Chisinau
yesterday, Sunday, was a good day, for several reasons:
1. I got out of the house after almost 3 days of isolation, of physical and moral suffering. why the suffering? got braces. yes, at my age of 29. and yes, I know nobody cares, but I just like to publically pity myself :))
2. the weather in Chisinau (and Moldova generally) was great, sunny, but not too hot. we are having a late kind of summer now and it’s wonderful.
3. a great event took place in Chisinau - “Velohora” or, translated, “The Bikes’ Dance”. It’s more than an event, it’s a holiday, I would say, even if I’m not really biking and I didn’t really participate… but for Chisinau these pictures are amazing
they say there were more than 8000 people on bikes and they biked around 20 km. i was lazy enough to not wake up in the morning and see this happening :( but i went to the city center in the afternoon…and there was still this celebration feeling
but the main reason of me being there - the concerts (as part of the bike event) of my ex-colleagues: Cuibul and Zdob si Zdub, in the main square of the city. a friend also joined and we danced with lust :)) just in front of the stage.
here’s one of Zdob si Zdub’s songs that i like - Cucusor.
then lay a bit in hay (for a couple of pictures, not longer :)) ), in the middle of the square
then the friend and I met another friend and had a nice coffee drink.
4. and again ‘then’, ended up at the closing night of the Ethno Jazz Festival that took place last week in Chisinau. my camera was already too lazy to take ok pictures
musicians from Romania, India, Germany, Italy, Senegal, Brasil. was fun.
many good people, beautiful events. i like this kind of Sundays too.
me and the streets of Zurich
Arctic Monkeys - London Olympic Games 2012
Opening Ceremony - 27/07/2012
‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’
‘Come Together’ (The Beatles)
they did very well
and those wings were cool