Thursday, June 24, 2010

postcards from Bucharest: Unirii Blvd.

Don't be fooled: this place is never so calm. It is usually packed with cars and people, going back and forth, in a crazy rush that expands way beyond the rush hour. But every once in a while - like for example when AC/DC comes to town, the traffic is stopped and the photographers can enjoy the view...

Photo taken on 16th of May, when AC/DC played in Bucharest.

More skywatchers HERE.


  1. AC/DC ...?? in Bucharest?? .. That sounds great!!! Some day´s before they were in Dresden ... That must be the (last?) Europe Tour. I am a great fan of AC/DC ... well, up to the time of Bon Scott. It's funny that makes the traffic stopped!
    Nice moment ...

  2. the concert was great! these guys really rock! and now I am again in RO, waiting for Metallica, Rammstein & Alice in Chains at the weekend. Live @ Sonisphere in Bucharest. ah, so great to see them also in these parts of Europe (cheaper than in AT too :D )

  3. lovely photo.

    Happy Friday!

  4. I can just imagine how busy it is! I love AC/DC! I bet it was a great concert! Gorgeous capture for the day and I'm sure it doesn't look that calm most of the time! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Lara!


  5. Yes, it does look calm. Seems like a beautiful city.

  6. Great place. Good old Aussie AC/DC.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

  7. Beautiful photo

    Happy Weekend

  8. Anonymous8:17 pm

    i love streets like this...thanks for sharing...happy weekend!

  9. Anonymous10:21 pm

    A brilliant view -without cars :)

    Happy weekend to you Lara!
    ( I thought AC/DC was some sport game, I have to go "googling" now )

  10. Anonymous4:11 am

    Just a beautiful photo! Thanks for sharing with us this week!

  11. Hi Lara! Sorry for the absence, but after a long weekend break, I was working abroad last week...

    But no Metallica concerts on my programme... ;))

    Meanwhile, Blogtrotter Two discovers Sardinia! Enjoy and have a great week!


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