‘I Spent 10 Years Photographing The Romanian Countryside Which Looks Like A Fairy Tale’

Over time, I have been shooting the sunset and sunrise of different nooks and cronies from modern cities and interlinked road in a region called the Transylvania in Romania.

I decided to use the same procedure of photography and post-procedure to display the feelings I connected within these places.

 And now, in this particular photo series, I chose fortified churches built by Transylvanian Saxons, villages where transportation is based on Ox and Cart and on mountain pastures.

Portraying the pastoral lifestyle of Transylvania, it’s however not difficult to see why Transylvania landscape has ignited the thought of quite a number of writers.

An English Traveller and Writer, Patrick Leigh Fermor once wrote in 1934: ‘Transylvania had been a familiar name as long as I could remember.

It was the very essence and symbol of remote, leafy, half-mythical strangeness; and, on the spot, it seemed remoter still and more fraught with charms.’

So far, the hard work of my 10 years was honored with a Sony World Photography Award 2019 and equally got me a title “Tourism Ambassador”.

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