I got out early in the morning, sliping the photocam in my pocket this time leaving its bag behind. Shooting in the low sun made me skip a side of the street for poor lighting, but I know sunset capture is better on that one, so maybe I'll go back later and shoot again.
All of the fragments are from buildings in the centre of downtown Varna, most build in the early 1900's. The top-most however is a single custom contemporary section with colored glass on all three windows. The middle one is poor and in need of restoration, sadly noone lives there, it seems. The bottom one has been rented by a bank and seriously repaired, painted and generaly refreshed.
Buildings like those consist a large portion of the architecture of the main central alley in Varna. They speak of my city's Renaissance between WW2 and Communism.
construction will block the view