Alex Robciuc Captures The Beauty And Strangeness Of Misty Mornings In Transylvania, Land Of Dracula

Alex Robciuc is a talented amateur photographer who has captured a series of stunning images of the Transylvanian countryside. Transylvania, which lies in the heart of Romania, is best known as the place connected to the legend of Dracula, where winding roads, ancient forest and steep mountain passes are found in abundance.
‘Inspired by legends, mythology, and traditional fairytales, last year I started a journey in which I had one goal… To use my photographic talent to express in images the beauty of a land that still shows the magic of times long gone. Transylvania is a land rich in myths and legends with regions that are Europe’s last great wilderness. It’s not hard to see why Transylvania’s landscape has sparked the imagination of so many writers. As English travel writer Patrick Leigh Fermor wrote in 1934: Transylvania had been a familiar name as long as I could remember. It was the very essence and symbol of remote, leafy, half-mythical strangeness; and, on the spot, it seemed remoter still and more fraught with charms.’ – Alex Robciuc

Alex Robciuc captures the beauty and strangeness of misty mornings in Transylvania, land of Dracula

Alex Robciuc captures the beauty and strangeness of misty mornings in Transylvania, land of Dracula

Alex Robciuc captures the beauty and strangeness of misty mornings in Transylvania, land of Dracula

Alex Robciuc captures the beauty and strangeness of misty mornings in Transylvania, land of Dracula

Alex Robciuc captures the beauty and strangeness of misty mornings in Transylvania, land of Dracula

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