There is hardly anyone who has not seen the reflection of the sun on the golden domes of the Church of the Nativity, also known as the Russian Church in Shipka. The tops of the church can be seen kilometers away before the town itself and immediately attract the eye of the drivers.
I see that interest in the Park Island in Pazardzhik is quite big and for good reason. The municipality invested a lot in recent years to make the island a unique place. If someone has not gone there soon he will not recognise the Park. Cafes, fountains, zoo, sports fields, playground, water wheels - it's just a fraction of what you can see in Park-Island Freedom. The island is about 750 meters long and 300 meters wide. In 19th century it was a private property, but in the early 20th century the ditrict municipality decided to buy and transform it into a park. In the following years many rich people in Bulgaria are willing to buy the island and turn it into their private residence. Because of this interest in Park Island Freedom in Pazardzhik and the lack of a information on the Internet, I decided to do something like phototour, which I hope will attract more people to visit this interesting place.
In February I decided to visit the International masquerade festival Surva in Pernik, Bulgaria, since last year I missed it. Looking at the area near the city I found one very interesting landmark - the Krakra Fortress.
This year attracted by the big advertising campaign for the Rose Festival, I decided to make several trips to Kazanlak and capture the rose picking and rose-boiling rituals, and the accompanying festivities in the area.
A long time ago I saw an ad for a photo-trip, and because I have never been ot this kind of trip I decided to join. The trip included a visit to the famous Turn of the Arda River and Devil's Bridge, there was a portrait training as well. Overall planer was pretty interesting and for this me was something new - to be in a group with this many photography lovers. Exchange the experience among so many people is really of great benefit to all. "The evening part" is also very creative and fun :)