Sometimes I’m wondering whether it’s a strange thing to take photos of street lamps. I do it all the times for sure and I just can’t stop. They belong to the atmosphere of magical cities and small towns to me. And there’s something about a street which is lightened up by old style lamps. It’s romantic like watching an old movie.
We like walking on the streets when we visit a city or town and gosh, we have a bunch of pictures of different street lamps from different European cities. They add to the vibe, don’t they?
Well, Amsterdam is charming anyway but still.
And here’s Vienna, our eternal favorite city:
If there’s ideal place for old style street lamps it’s the Old Town of Prague:
Or the Old Town of Split, Croatia:
And here’s a square dating back to the Middle Ages in the small town of Nin, Croatia:
Eger, one of the most stunning historical cities in Hungary:
Lastly Győr, another lesser known charming Hungarian city:
Do you have an odd subject you like taking photos of?
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