The Village Museum in Bucharest is a very nice and quiet place. Some of you have probably seen this post from a year ago. Well, this time, I’ve been invited by a friend and former photography classmate of mine, Alina. I love this museum. Maybe because I grew up in and around houses that looked like some from this place, maybe because most of the objects displayed there are still “available” at my grandparents’ place. On thing is for sure, I always come back there with great pleasure.
So I will start this set with a post on the museum cats. Everyone here knows those cats. They have somewhere between twenty and thirty of them playing/sleeping around, you’re always welcomed by at least a few of them. So it seems logical to me to start off with kitties!
The museum cats are all over the place. Most of the time friendly, sometime not quite. They have some dog competition but nothing too significant.
Which brings us to this little guy. He’s the most famous cat in town. The “Brown One”, they all have names but everyone calls him “the Brown One” or even “the Cat”. He’s not too friendly but can still play around when you’re interesting enough for him.
N.B.: My lovie’s little piggy, the one holding the stick dangerously close to this tiger, got clawed – and it bled nicely for around ten minutes.
Next up, a peek at some Dragobete traditional songs and dances. You won’t have the sound but the image isn’t too shabby 🙂