bicycle, Pentax K100D


Since I can’t ride it because of the weather, at least I can take pictures of it – my 2001 LeMond Buenos Aires

A bit of light painting.


Saturday afternoon grunge

Bucharest, street

Herăstrău Park was host to an unusual event full of skaters and graffiti artists, sponsored by a well-known fizzy drink distributor. The atmosphere was really cheerful, if a bit hectic.

Hell, the average age-group was 16, which made me feel just a tad old. :P

Anyway, less words, more pictures. Click on the thumbnails to see the full-size image.

Artists and their mess – Pentax K100D, Tokina AF 70-210, ISO 400

Well-worn skates – Pentax K100D, Tokina AF 70-210, ISO 400

Chilling on the ramp – Pentax K100D, Tokina AF 70-210, ISO 400

Street art really is art – Pentax K100D, Tokina AF 70-210, ISO 400

“Right back at ya” – Pentax K100D, Sigma DC 18-50, ISO 800

At one point there was a speed-drawing (?) competition, where selected contestants had to draw their crew’s logo (maybe?) on the back sides of the boards. They were impressively fast, but the fumes were overwhelming sometimes. All pictures taken with a Pentax K100D, Sigma DC 18-50 at ISO 800 (can I just point out how good high-ISO performance is on this camera?)

Messy teenagers! :D

That’s all for now.

Dan over and out!