Girl Meets Bulgaria

Musings of an American expat in Bulgaria (with detours in Utah and Alaska)

Sofia to Smolyan in 60 Seconds

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On our recent drive back to Smolyan from Sofia, I thought Iā€™d take some photos to occupy the time.

I got the idea to take enough photos to put together into a rapid-speed video showing the entire drive home.

I think it turned out pretty well, and if nothing else, it definitely made the 3 hour drive home pass a little quicker!

I would like to make more videos in the future. I love writing, but sometimes words can’t do the justice that a video can.

 

 

What do you think?

W.

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11 thoughts on “Sofia to Smolyan in 60 Seconds

  1. That was so cute! I’d love to see more like it in the future

  2. Loved this, Whitney! Do more! šŸ™‚ (PS, I love your writing and photo-journalism equally.)

    • It would have been a better movie if you slowed down a bit. The fast movie tires the eyes a lot and one cannot realize what is going on and cannot see all interesting places you posted. Anyway, your idea is great! Keep posting šŸ™‚ Gd luck!

  3. Hey, do you live in Smolyan? I was there with work (theatre performance, I believe the theatre has since closed down, real shame) in May 2010. Amazing place, loved the mountains and met some incredibly generous people there. Watch out for the mechka!

    • Hi! Thanks for checking out my blog.

      Yep, as of a little over two weeks ago, I do live in Smolyan! My husband is from here and I just moved from the U.S. I am sad to hear that the theater is closed, I was hoping to check it out one of these days. And as for the mechka… are there bears around here?!

      • There were when we were there. Locals were telling us there was a pair of bears, he was from Bulgaria and she was from the Greek side of the Rodopi. Maybe they were pulling our leg!

  4. I like it,but I wold prefer if it was in a slower motion,so that the observer could catch a bit more from the pictures.Other than that it was well done,really well done!

  5. Fun šŸ™‚ Disjointed and impressionistic, it really gives the feel of being in a car and glancing around, noticing things.

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