New Featured Sunset for January 2017


by Paul Militaru



Photography fascinated Paul from childhood. His first camera in 1983 was a Smena, a Russian camera on film. Today he uses a DSLR camera, but doesn’t forget the film camera and still uses it. Maybe someday he’ll post photos done on film.

Paul loves to learn, to read, and he loves visual arts. He also likes paintings, pictures, mountains, the sea, classical and crossover music.

My vision in photography is a little bit different from others. I prefer to set my camera as perfectly as I can, and use software (Lightroom or Photoshop), for little rares, and to put my name on it. I use different cameras, from Olympus, Pentax to Nikon or Canon, full frame for digital photography, and on film from Voigtlander to Nikon, even Russian cameras.

It’s impressive how he got to photography through education and expertise in other fields, construction, mathematics and computer science. His first school was University of Construction (construction engineer). The second was University of Mathematics and Computer Science, with a Masters Degree in Computer Science. Then his last school was Arts and Technical Photography. You’ll see how he put it all together on his website, Paul Militaru, Photography Portfolio. It takes more than a point and shoot camera to achieve his level of expertly produced photos.

Paul’s prior sunset on the Before Sundown blog site was in August 2015. From that time I’ve looked forward to his daily blog posts with diverse, incredible photographs of flowers, animals, sunsets, Romanian landscapes and Bucharest city features.

His HOME page is written in Romanian, however the ABOUT ME is in English. A visit to Paul’s website is well worth your time.

About C.E.Robinson

Christine Elizabeth Robinson lives in southern California where the skies are sunny and the Pacific Ocean sparkles every day. Since 2013, she’s been a retired nurse practitioner turned writer, ever grateful for blog followers of her website, Before Sundown. In 2019, she started writing a historical fiction book, and by the summer of 2021 Three Years of Her Life is in the self-publishing process, nearly ready to launch.
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52 Responses to New Featured Sunset for January 2017

  1. I’ve enjoyed Paul’s work ever since I began blogging. How fun to learn more about him.

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    This is a wonderful choice to start the year, Christine.

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  3. His work is exquisite…I never miss his blog entries. Thanks, Christine. ❤️ 💛 💚

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  4. WOW !!! Thanks a lot, Christine ! You are wonderful ! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  5. I love Paul’s photography and have been a fan for a couple years now. Lots of his photos are “wall-worthy” in my book 🙂 Nice to see him featured here, Christine. Happy New Year.

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  6. Wonderful photos! My first and only SLR (not DSLR) was a ZENITH.

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  7. Great pictures. Great job Paul.

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  8. Fantastic photographs. I never knew anything about Paul. Thanks for this, Christine. Nice to learn more. That sunset is magical. 🙂


  9. Sartenada says:

    Very nice photos. I did find some winter photos among them too. Thank You.


  10. I’ve been following Paul since the very beginning of blogging, his captures are amazing!! A beautiful friendly post you wrote for him☺☺


  11. mihrank says:

    indeed – amazing and beautiful


  12. sheldonk2014 says:

    Just dropped by to see you Christine
    Life has been a little hectic
    To many issues with my body
    Thankfully they are treatable
    As always Sheldon

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  13. This one is awesome 💕


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