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Bulgaria

In early September 2016, I accompanied my parents for a couple of days on a trip to Burgas as I hadn’t visited the hometown of my mother for more than 20 years and was a little bit curious to find out more about my Bulgarian roots. On our walks through the streets of the city I discovered some interesting details which I took home with me as a kind of pictorial memories.

Red garage door with white letters
Red garage door
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Little tree growing out of concrete
Life on concrete
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Old rusty door with signs in green wall
House of power
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Red-white direction sign for Tattoo studio on weathered wall
Tattoo there
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Plant in turquoise pot on weathered white wall
Potted in the corner
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Weathered wooden door with metal rings
Weathered door
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Little tree growing in a corner near tiled steps
Cornered
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Two potted plants on the floor of a corridor
In the corridor
(Burgas, Bulgaria -September 2016)
Letters and picture on blue wall
Cotton candy blues
(Burgas, Bulgaria -September 2016)
Large jellyfish in green water
The giant jellyfish
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Small flowers growing out of a wooden wall
Growing on the wall
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)
Splash of red paint near the the edge of a dock
Traces of red
(Burgas, Bulgaria – September 2016)