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The Cantacuzino castle named after its former owner,a scion of the old princely family of Cantacuzino and an interbellic wealthy businessman nowadays houses a museum and a sculpture workshop held here has some works on a permanent display. This marble block cut in a drop-like shape with ripples underneath and set in a shallow pool (that sometimes has minnows in it) bears the name of Milkdrop/ A drop of milk. rnSome technicalities - this is the result of using borrowed lenses.. and obsolete camera firmware. Although listed as a Sigma 10-20 I did not bother to bring mine with me that day unfortunately. The older D5300 does not natively focus (or meter exposures) with the new Nikkor 10-20, a superb and light lens that I borrowed on the spot- unless you make a firmware update that I skipped. So this is a bit terrible both in exposure and in focus- I had to eyeball it and I was not accustomed to this fine sport ( I know, shame on me, old man was born in the AF era and never perfected his art to the wonders of fully manual cameras..I am diligently working on it now with manual focus lenses on mirrorless bodies and focus peaking by digital means).

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