I am slowly catching up with time. Now we have reached April and Early May. April was a months with really switching weather. From ultra-hot to cold as in… Sweden. I prefer Ukrainian heat to Northern chill, actually. And it seems my camera do too.
This March we got summer. Hot and dry and the forest, flowers, trees and people seemed to be a bit in a chock. Through some walks through Brjugovych forest and Dasha areas – and also through the city’s outskirts – we saw how the the city and nature woke up from it’s winter doze. Lviv is so easy to love.
I got a LOMO Smena 8M camera this winter. After a small repair I started to use it. However, it seems thought that my Swedish viking hands are just too strong for Soviet stuff plastic… so I broke it, after just eight shots… But what pictures, eh? I just love the interpretation of the world it does! So I must fix it again. I will NOT give up!
While living in Lviv you are very spoiled with lovely architecture from 15th to 20th century. This implies that it is easy to forget the other buildings. However, I have always been very interested in 19060s, 1970s architecture, so here is some evidence of those “non-seen”-houses.