About two weeks ago I received the scans of the films I shot during the trip to Bessarabia/Moldova in March and April. Since then I spend most of my evenings with going through the images, select those of which I think they are worth to work on, and to correct them. A quite time consuming but also satisfying work. Here is now a very first selection of images from Chişinău, Făleşti, Tirgul Vertiujeni, Mărculeşti, Călăraşi in Moldova and Mohyliv-Podilskyi in Ukraine. More is going to come during the next weeks.
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https://vanishedworld.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/chisinau_2016_02.jpg?w=1050 &h=&crop=1 Christian, First prize goes to Chisinau mortuary ! Hardy
Thanks, dear Hardy!
My great-grandfather – Asher/Harris Ehrlich) (born in 1828) hailed from Filesht.
Christian – can I use a photo or two of Făleşti in a family memoir? I don’t know if this will be self-published or if I can place with a university/Jewish publisher? Will tag the credit: Courtesy of Christian Herrmannn (neither make money as you probably know…)
of course you can make use of my photos – as long as this is for non-commercial purposes. They are all published under a Creative Commons License to enable people to make use of them legaly. An appropriate credit would be: Christian Herrmann, CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/).
There are also more photos of Făleşti on my blog: https://vanishedworld.blog/2016/04/02/farewell-moldova/
Which pictures are from Falesti? My Grandmother was born there…
Julie, when you move with your mouse over the images you can read where they were taken.