I found an old house, walking in the village of Zheravna, in Bulgaria… The house is wooden, with some stone walls, and is rated to be a part of the Bulgarian cultural heritage and especially a fine example of the traditional architecture and building craftsmanship.
The house is maybe 200 and more years old (estimate based on similar houses age), and is very photogenic. I wish I had a fashion model on hand to shoot with inside this wooden beauty. I may bring one next time I go there…
Here are the photos. Not too interesting, but I hope you will like them.
All the photos where shot with my Nikon camera and converted from NEF to JPG using a trial version of Apple’s Аperture. I’ll try the software for some days (26 left) and will publish a comparison with other RAW processing software I use. For now, Aperture looks and works fine, as you can see with these (small size) photos.