Transalpina is the highest road in Romania. It’s also quite possibly its most picturesque; it certainly offers the most beautiful sights I’ve seen in Romania so far. It connects Transilvania to Oltenia, and the official length of the entire road is 148 km from Novaci to Sebes, although only a stretch of 30-40 km travels atop the Parang Mountains (part of the Carpathians), reaching an altitude of 2145 meters at its highest point.This photo was shot on film. Taken by lemonjuice with a Minolta XG-A loaded with Lomography 35mm color slide x-pro film in Ranca, Romania. These tags describe this photo: mountain, landscape, day, hills, and red. Date: 2012-08-15. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album TRANSALPINA.
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