About me – Birgitta

I am a hobby photographer and I have two Canons, my G12 and my Canon EOS 6D.
Former teacher and lecturer.

I am Swedish and I love Budapest. I have a little “haven” in Budapest so I go there as often as I can.

I also have the City Photo blog about Lund – a very old university town in the south of Sweden.

You are most welcome here and commenting makes me happy!

9 thoughts on “About me – Birgitta

  1. Hi Birgitta,

    I just wanted to say that I’ve really enjoyed viewing your blog. Your photos are amazing!

    I’m the creator and editor of The Hungarian Girl.com, a website about Central and Eastern European travel, food, and wine. I’d like to feature you on our website. Feel free to contact me if you’rr interested. Keep up the good work! 🙂

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  2. Hi my computer studies teacher had fled the communist invasion in the 50’s I always imagined Hungary was a dark place, but having visited the Czech republic in 2004 it looks like it would be a beautiful place to visit.

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  3. That’s interesting. I’m happy to find some different photo-treatment ( more G+ stylish, as we can say, where I’m am hooked just now). Also, as an ex-east-european I understand more about the problems in those countries (I did peep the other blog too).

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  4. My neighbor came to the US several years back. She’s from a small village where life was very hard and hasn’t gotten any better. She’s is worried about the left-trending political atmosphere i Hungary and would never go back to live, she says.

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    1. Ruth, That is really a pity because Hungary has changed – I would say – dramatically. It’s now like our West European way than the former East. Big difference!!!!!
      I think she is wrong – that’s sad.
      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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  5. Maybe the cities have changed dramatically
    but not the small vilages. She’s in contact with
    sister and mother frequently. I’ve read about demonstrations
    in Budapest. I was there a few months before the Berlin Wall fell. It’s a beautiful city, and at that time one could feel that freedom was close. So different from Bukarest.

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