I adore photographing and writing! Let's discover this world together! When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.
What i like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.
I would like to apologize for my absence but recently I moved to Twitter and Facebook. I spend more time there due to my marketing campaign. I have to confess that I go om writing and working on my second book as well. For those who are interested and did not order my first book about Ukraine please check it here https://www.amazon.com/Ann-Romanenko/e/B07H2DKP69?ref_=pe_1724030_132998060
I would like to invite you to my Twitter where we can chat and exchange any interesting ideas about my book, photography and writing. Looking forward to seeing you at @annroalistic.
Or my Shutterstock gallery where the same images are available for download:
I wish that as this year comes to an end it also ends all the difficulties and as the New Year dawns it brings all the successes and happiness for you and your family. I hope that 2019 gives you wonderful moments to cherish and to store in your heart to create wonderful memories that you would like to look back upon every now and then.
I always have some Christmas present for you and this year is no exception:
“Borsch definitely has a long history in Ukraine and there is no point in trying to clarify that there was someone else who discovered it. If you could taste borsch cooked in the eighteenth century you would hardly recognize it. Back then, the main ingredients were sour beetroots, but without any tomatoes, which gave it its distinctive sour flavour. Nowadays this flavour is achieved with the help of sour tomatoes. Also, initially borsch did not contain any potatoes but now you will not find it without them…”
Today Ann, the Author of the book entitled Ukraine, I Wrote About is going to teach you how to cook borsch! At her own kitchen, with her own camera and creative tips, you are going to taste the most delicious red soup ever! Stay in tune and order your Ukraine, I Wrote About at https://www.amazon.com/Ann-Romanenko/e/B07H2DKP69?ref_=pe_1724030_132998060
“And now let us have a look at a modern Ukrainian. Ukrainians are mostly down-to-earth people and not given to artificiality. Rarely – if ever – will you see us wearing a fake smile; only our natural feelings are stamped on our faces. Instead, our passions burn low but strong and steady. True, we have a tendency to be moody. One minute we may be sad and introspective, and then the next thing you know we’re full of unbridled optimism and infectious vitality. Our sense of humour is bitingly ironical.” (Ukraine, I Wrote About)
I invite you to Miskolc, Avasi TV torony, to Hungary!
Avasi kilátó kávézó is a café situated at the TV tower in the center of Miskolc. It is the favourite hangout place for people who would enjoy a romantic atmosphere and beautiful night views.
I wandered in with my friend on a Friday night, and was immediately greeted by the incredible aroma of coffee and desserts.
Sitting in any table you have a wonderful view of Miskolc, the third largest city in Hungary.
The prices for desserts are a bit high there, but your tongue will definitely thank you!
If you would like to meet autumn, then you should quickly get out of your office or house or flat and head straight to some nearby park or forest. Mr Autumn is here and in his playful mood, which means that trees have already taken their colorful golden outfits.
Summer is finally on its holiday and we can happily inhale fresh autumn air. Frankly I am in love with Fall season and would like to enjoy its every detail.
This is the golden season for most beautiful scenes and colors! Grab your camera!