I took this shot right at the end of the fireworks display, when quite a lot were exploding at once (you cant see all, as I could not get everything due to a tree being in the way on the right). But right as it started, my camera locked up and it would not get back on. I ended up having to remove the battery completely, as it would just not start. I really was not happy to see all the fireworks I missed. But what can you do.

This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

This is more of a composition experiment. I was just curious how it would look like, if I made a vertorama in the middle of spiral staircase, while including also the ceiling. And here is what I got :) It came out quite interesting.

For those curious, this is a publicly accessible staircase under the fortification of the Buda castle in Budapest. It’s one of the ways you can use to go up to the castle.

This is a three shot vertorama, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

I posted this photo to my Facebook page a long time ago, but the I forgot to move it from my Surface to the main PC, that I completely forgot about it. But I remembered today, so here it is :)

This is one of the shots I took during the St. Stephens day firework in Budapest. It’s a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

Let’s continue today with another fireworks photo, from the St. Stephens day in Bupapest. I really like to return there every year for it (it’s on the 20th of August), and it’s not only for the photos. My second biggest reason is all the great food that they sell that day in the city in many many stands all around :)

This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

If you ever been to the Buda castle in Budapest, you probably seen the stair going up to the fortification. And this is a view from them, overlooking all the new areas that were reconstructed in the recent years. It really is a very nice area, with very little traffic and great view. Btw. the colorful lights in the bottom left were from an outdoor cinema.

This is a blend of two exposures, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

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