Winter in Sofia

“Let us learn to appreciate there will be times when the trees will be bare, and look forward to the time when we may pick the fruit.” Anton Chekhov

As many of you know, I’m on a travel quest to visit all the EU member states before next March (well, the 14 I hadn’t already visited). Friends and colleagues regularly say ‘ooh, you should blog about it’ and I chuckle as I brush them off with claims of not enough time. Little do they know how fruitful my travels have been – from shots of my tits on balconies and beaches, plus arse and cock!

After a couple of months in the drawer my passport is back in service this weekend and gosh the temperature has dropped in the last eight weeks! That and the fact that my travel companion is my aunt means this weekend isn’t the time for public nudity. But I wanted to bring you a flavour of stark grey wintry Bulgaria and so I laid a shot of the bare trees around the Russian Army Monument over one of me taken in my much cosier Airbnb!

Sinful Sunday

24 thoughts on “Winter in Sofia

  1. God, I love this. Barren winter trees give me such a sense of peace and calm (probably from hiking in the winter when there’s no one else around), and I think your photo captures this feeling. It is a stunning edit.

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  2. I’ve worked a lot with photo layering this year, so your creation drew my eye immediately for that reason. But then…

    Oh.
    My.
    GOD.

    This is so amazingly beautiful.

    Without a doubt, one of my favorite photos of 2018.

    Gorgeously, creatively done.

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