We've been in Bulgaria again with Mr. Strong, having a holiday full of work. He's been writing dozens of mysterious papers, I have been mostly enjoying local chocolate and crochetting. Oh, how I love crochetting! I wish someday I'd have a collection of custom made hooks made from carbon fibre. By the way, I've got something interesting going on in that field, it has something to do with South Korea. I'll tell you later about that.
Here's some photos we've been taking, what a difference between Helsinki and Sofia! This city is full of colors and small curiosities, and everything is already blooming. City of Sofia is very charming in its own way.
Informative signs seen in София. The Catwoman neon light is my favourite, also the sign of running kids whos hands are glued together was interesting. There's a similar sign warning about horse carriages in the streets!
Old and new posters, they're everywhere!
This ceramic Lego-sculpture was seen in an art school student's exhibition in Национална Галерия за Чуждестранни Изкуства (Museum of Foreign Art). It's made by bulgarian artist Красен Троански. Me and Mr. Strong made the conclusion, that the idea behind this was to represent the reality of growing up in Bulgaria. I don't know anything about it, but I guess I have to agree.