Bolboci Lake

An incredibly beautiful artificial lake in the Sinaia area, on an autumn day. The reason it’s incredible is that it is so close to Sinaia, Romania, but is still very little frequented (luckily).

Bolboci Lake on an autumn day
Bolboci Lake on an autumn day
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5 thoughts on “Bolboci Lake

  1. It does not look much like an autumn day… It looks like any other day – but it is still very beautiful. It is living proof that greatness can be near you and still remain unseen.

  2. YES!
    That’s exactly the message I was trying to send with this post, and with the upcoming one about Scropoasa Lake.
    Sinaia is such a famous and visited town but very few people go up one hour to experience the great outdoors 🙂

  3. Do you think this is just about outdoor? People do not make the effort to see what is in front of them, they can pass near any great thing 100 times and still not see it, whether it’s a beautiful lake or a beautiful poem. Few have the ability to really open their eyes and their minds.

  4. I totally agree with this point of view.
    I noticed this in my case also, I take more interesting pics when I travel, no matter where. I just don’t open my eyes ‘at home’.
    It’s enough to just give up the drivers’ seat and ride shotgun and I start seeing things (‘new’ buildings, etc)

  5. I find the old buildings far more exciting than the new ones. They have stories to tell… like old people. You can learn a lot by paying attention to them (and seeing all the details), just like you can learn a lot by listening to the old people’s stories.

    On the other hand, the old is actually new, as you see it with new eyes every day. If you read now the poems you have red when you were younger, it will be as if you have never red them before. You will see them with new eyes.

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