As always, the Hungary Series continue (no I’ve definitely not forgotten about it!).
Academics may take a backseat for this month, but definitely others will take the stage. 

it’s spring time!
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the cafe culture over there…
mapforentryhungaryseriespartiv the following are taken as shown above! [courtesy of Google Maps] (click to see the whole map!)
yum yum, home cooked dinner!
random shoots!
the reason why i was there!

that’s all for now, more photos are definitely in the works.
future releases will definitely be more from the Hungary Series, and a preview photo is as follows….
doing that particular album just makes me excited!
hope to see you again, and once again thanks for viewing!


Procrastination. The root of all evils?!

I’m terribly apologetic for the slow pace of photos coming out, but I hope that I do get the understanding that given a large choice of photos I hope to choose the ones that will best represent the places I’ve been to! Also, this week I’ve managed to get some nice architecture shots (which incidentally are my favourites!), which means I’ve even more photos to work on, a pile of never-ending photos!

Without further ado, let’s start with the photos!

Parts of Budapest as seen from the Buda Castle

Eagle near the Buda Castle

Walking from the castle to the Fisherman’s Bastion

The Fisherman’s Bastion

Dinner at the basement of this restaurant which serves pretty good Hungarian food, and it often provide entertainment to its customers.

Definitely a sign of Spring; as more and more leaves start to appear as the days go by.

And that’s defintely one freezing photographer. Look at the layers of clothes!
© Le Marc Photography

That would be all for this entry, do stay tuned as many more photos are to come!

P.s Because of the chronological approach that I’ve decided to adopt to cover this trip, some of the photos later might cover the same places (ie. Buda Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion), but usually the first visits to these places are tour-led, so there aren’t that many opportunities for photo-taking.

I don’t know if some of you have been looking forward to me posting up photos from this trip, and I know it has been quite some time already, so here we go!

So far I’ve managed to take a whopping 4000+ photos in Hungary, which would approximately equate to 14gb of hard-disk space. Rest assured, I know quantity is not a subsutitute of quality, and I’ve faithfully taking each photo with the thought of best capturing the beauty of the particular moment; or at least I think I did? So please do forgive me if the photos aren’t up to your standard, I’m just trying to portray the place as best as I can!

I hope you enjoy the following series! I’ll be uploading more and more follow-ups so do stay tuned for more updates!

Transit at Istanbul Airport

A typical street in Budapest
A tree just outside my apartment. Spring’s the best season! (in my humble opinion…)
My apartment

© Le Marc Photography

P.S Most photos in this series are taken with the EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM for those whom are curious. Next part; to include photos taken at Buda Castle, Fisherman’s Bastion!