Some moments from the inspirational event

in photography •  7 months ago 

Enjoy this set of nine photos, all of them are taken by me and are from "Forum Key" - annually held motivational event in Sofia, Bulgaria.

The next date is approaching, it has been rescheduled due to the corona-virus pandemic situation: September 26, 2020!

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Nice shots. I see the word "благодаря" in one of the slides there. What's the difference between "благодарю" and "благодаря"...? 🤔

Thanks, my friend. The second one is the right transcription. The first one sounds like a Bulgarian trying to sound Russian when thanking someone. ;)

Ah, so in Russian is "благодарю" and in Bulgarian is "благодаря"? That's interesting! 😁

Interesting. Thanks for that.

It was interesting to me to read that as well! :) I've studied Russian for more than 10 years, it was obligatory to learn it at school when I was young. Russian culture and cinema in particular... I like a lot ;) Unfortunately I've never had the chance to practice the language as I've never been to Russia.