Photographer Provides A Breathtaking Glimpse Of “Untouched” Romania
From economic disaster to war to the rise and fall of competing ideologies, Romania has seen it all. And now, some 20 years after its bloody fight to get out of the clutches of the iron curtain, Romania has made its way into the European Union and begins to process its past–as well as its future. In his photo series on the former Eastern Bloc member, Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso seeks to capture the relationship between Romanians and land, as well as its “awkward democratization that for the time being is burdened with the unprocessed past”. While we’re just offering you a sliver of Dezso’s slice of this critical transition, Time has an entire gallery on the subject.