This strange column belongs to the Elizabeth bridge. It looks better in larger version. I like again the ballet dance of the cranes:)
István Széchenyi (21 September 1791, Vienna-8 April 1860, Döbling) the initiator and most important figure of the national liberal reform movement, in Lajos Kossuth’s words “the greatest Hungarian”. Among other things, he brought horse racing to Hungary, donated a year’s income from his lands to lay down the basis for the Hungarian Academy of Science, and established the National Casino. He also took part in the launch of steam boating on the Danube, established one of the first large industrial factories in Pest – the shipyard in Óbuda – along with a winter harbour.
More info: www.hungarystartshere.com
This store of sawing machines reminded me of my grandma who also used SINGER. But that time it looked like this:
Our next guest photographer is MissJewell. This photo has got 5 Budapest Awards on the Flickr. MissJewell’s comment to her own photo:
“daydreaming is a weapon to fight back the creeping spirits determined to steal your soul”
Previous guest photographers in 2008: