The Undergrounds 1: Line 5

Originally published on sabrinacanea.com.

No, I won’t be talking about a new PC game – which I admit I’d buy right away if it were – rather about how we took a trip through the tunnel between two station on the upcoming Line 5. This Sunday, Metrorex put together an Open Day event for the upcoming Orizont, Favorit and Drumul Taberei 34 stations, a chance for us to see construction progress and walk through the tunnel linking two stations (Favorit and Drumul Taberei 34).Continue reading →

Summer Well Paradise: An American dream for Romanians

Summerwell 2016 Concert

Originally published in Teen Press.

Cliche or not, we’ve all had that “Today we’re going from zero to hero!” feeling. Set on great deeds, our story had a rock soundtrack which you’d sync your walk to. You were the main character, obviously. The chorus was your glory point and you’d live the dream, whatever it was.

What’s Summer Well got to do with the “dream”? Well, I’ve developed a cool theory by asking several people during the festival and I’ve come to think it’s become an American dream of ours and a not just a good festival experience (a bit like international ones) but also freedom – body, soul and mind.
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Trip down memory lane

I just spent an hour backing up posts from an old blog.

It was something I set up in my first year of uni (back in VisCom) as we were required to post part of the modules. It’s interesting to see what I was like back then and my general style, especially since apart from the “homework” I also wrote about stuff I liked and photo insights.

It was short-lived unfortunately, having abandoned the blog after only a few months.

You can find the posts under the oldJphotoBlog tag.

Going mobile

This is the first blogpost from my phone.

I love technology and how easy it’s making everything. I just wish I had more time for it but I’m hard at work coding my photo portfolio.I’ve got hundreds of pictures that only I have seen.

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I wasn’t kidding when I said coding from scratch

I hope to finish this as soon as possible but untill then here’s a photo that I’ll be putting in a new a very special series.

Guess the title if you can.

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Foot deformity and how one patient became a selfless helper

Club foot illustrated

Imagine you’d have pain all over; your shoulders, hips and back would simply hurt like you’re a twisted coil waiting to be sprung. You think it’s a hangover or maybe you’re just having a cold so you take an early shower but by mid-day that pain comes back. You barely make it home and after a few weeks decide to find out what’s happening, you visit a chiropractor. But you’re out of luck as the specialist treats you but the pain doesn’t really go away.

This is what’s like to have foot deformity and between the ages of 19 and 27, it was Teresa’s life.Continue reading →