After World War 1, part of Hungary was given to Romania. That part of the country is now called Transylvania and is populated mostly by Hungarians. One summer, driving along a pot holed dirt road, I came to the tiny town of Bagara. Seated on a bench were three old ladies. “May my husband take your picture,” my wife asked in Hungarian. They said it was OK. But one of the ladies immediately departed to put on a clean apron.
Can be found in Hungary
I was driving on Tunnel Road along the Deerfield River, a rather wild area mostly owned by TransCanada, which derives power for the river, when I noticed two kayaks paddling in a cove. My purpose was to photograph them when I saw a more remarkable sight: the reflection of trees in the water with a gentle rain causing ripples on the river. It produced an unusual picture, which reminded me of a Manet painting.
Can be found in Reflections